The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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; atXlat School Authorities Waiting for Machine[ to Apologize!

Here Are the Candidates Democratic and Republican: '

In the Four Locally Contested" Political Races Nov. 3'i' We re Accredited; fhe t Computer !

4 4 : Pulled a Boo-boo ft fA tskllahassee

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Mechanical Record Vote Expected in I

Boner Gets

The BlameA 15 Precincts on Nov. 3rd

pyyp i lie y
"thin -mllchim:" at Tallahassee -
that went ha)aIra was responsible

for an "accredited warned" "t.j Poll List

rating for Martin County Senior 11 \

I High School, when the. true rating

STATE 'SENATOR: Mo Bronxon Sr. left (Dem.);; and James COUNTY COMMISSIONER: Dirt. 3. John (Jack) Saundcnon, should have been "accredit-: 'I Is
B. Watson Sr (Rep.) vie in 33rd District! left, (Dem.); and Dr, William C. Myers (Rep.) I I ed" (with no earning or limitation t s : Biggest
), Principal James C Woodull :1 i
explained ti> trout press Tucwluy)
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0 : I afternoon. + eryrr w I[ Spurred by the presidential campaign *

I Local school authorities! are and a governor's race get
ale "
e for the machine to apologise. e
wailing '
"' iI i\: ting hotter by the minute MartinCounty's
R II At very' "least! they feel that '
,.". I i I' 10,996 registered voters
w 4ti it should be stripped uf its matter's .
,: .,, 1: degree. ........ ;'\ 'f1\\ 1 are expected! to chalk up the largest
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NNooUull was tho/mum speaker '' voting tally ever recorded here

\1 l41:, at a meeting called m Superintendent __.. _._ when they go la the polls next
'A' of Schools: ua L. Crook I

l;:$: ,,4"//" I, ,_.M. ....'.'j ,I for rumor the which purpose! circulated of "-dispelling in the a j:, "{ I I!Tuesday.Just for the record, there are

1)G M .. ,""" high school hut Friday.. to the effect .f.I 9,0511 Democrat: 1.889 Repub
'. .A. llcarw. and
r I. I that the school had loot Its 'f.,1 I forty-nine IndepciMknts
1 k. ; .{ : accreditation ,ywtrwrp' ,. tt lIII ...r- It
2i''f''!'. The machine said I Woodall 1"1
r I
1 .i.il :;:(t marked "NO" Instead of NA (mm-
: J. L.l # ., applicable;), to several question t ABsr.NEESloe.
,\ .,r : J''fi.: pertaining hi television nut In use tr i than 300 Martin Countlans -
ffJ'ii. :J ,<, "t'. at Martin County High, with the, ) wilt& vole this year by absentee
Ii' > : result that the tchool's accreditation Ir= \ :\ ballot. Up to Wednesday
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t. .. was wrongly lowered. morning, 313 I absentee ballot

.... .. .1, L. L. .. .-l: 16 After receiving the accreditation had been mailed to away-from-
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: SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Mrs. Isabel Evans, left SCHOOL, BOARD, Diet 2: Joseph S. Grccnlcet left, (Dem.); Dr. Lee Roberts head of the accreditation ) : '1 il Jlf Blukeilec supervisor' of regitralon. '"

: (Dem.); and Mr*. Olo Almegord, (Rep.) and Donna R well, (Rep.) section of Florida Department 1 .
of I'Alucalion, and Robert --..-............ J:,. 11 U 11\\ 1- II "" 11"1'" va .
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told him "he ha<) nothing to
.... r worry' about and that the report nttriK-IV VOTING IU.U8'r1t'\nl-'TbU'rl: | hand h (ret-" aU fret.to vote any way Sissy choose)
; State to Push $310.000 Short>Cut *. would be cormt: log the trigger! poking, it possible M open the slot on which y.U In. th'V$"r,rU tlccHof_ en Nov. 1.
New on Folk From The Stuart Junior High School: ,ruled write tier name 6f your candidatf: The lower hKl "pulnldb., Poll. Mitt open k the county*
."accredited lumud" wilt be' an open'tlot of which three otlwrran shown below it Y fifteen precinct '1&t" a.m., dose
re-evaluatetfjlthi limitation being ."I", at 7 p.mor ai wins UivrtvfWs
Miami Firm Confers Here
'I Rambling.Reporter f ? caused questions by misinurprcuaioit,, John C. Gray u(, certain secondary Technique Is HxplainccUHow ? to s cut it take his the ballot.tat voter at' line

supervisor: raid !
I Blaring horn from cavalcade
Murray Junior-Senior High of cars heralded! the arrival of
! On Pratt-Whitney ;RoutePlans !School was not rated at all being I to Write in a Republican: candidate Charles
a new school. The same applied Huller ,0". governor Saturday
j (Continued on Page 2-A) morning. and Democratle .Paul U.
PINT OFWOK BLOOD and survey oil the $310.- along the rigM-o.way westward l budget, the second largest being Rogers, candidate: for reelectionto ; "
III A'Sl'L'KStuartJentICn 000 Pratt & Whitney Road project] from the Hobo Sound Farm-to- the Port Salerno bridge to the Atlantic Name Machine Congress, late that afternoon
I I Elks Lodge ba.I were discussed! by County Engineer Market Road.-- I Ocean, for which: .10.XK( () Cleary BrothersTo on Haydon Burn, the Democratic
i announced that all persons donate Fred Bctl'mml" This i la the largest"" project In I has been budgeted for preliminary nominee for governor, will make
I of blood in the name of representativesof Martin County's secondary road engineering and survey hi* appearance: at a coffee in the
the Ins a ElkuClub pint on Tuesday, Nov. Kundo and sociatcs! of Miami) Build Bridge In order to make a wriu-in. vole he !moved to reveal the paper a community room of the First Nuonal .>
the of the columnof
wiU be entitled to a free char here Wednesday morning. on a machine balM the following trigger to Bank at 9:30: Friday morn.
co 3. l-broilcd Meek at the Elk' In announcing the conference( Also Christmas Workshop Over C-23 Canal technique: must be employed" : tight slot This should trigger be pushed 1 is located to between the- Ing.
clubhouse that night The Martin during Tuesday's County y'' Com- r F' On the extreme halt of the machine thirteenth tad four National I and Male politic Mill
blood drive I I II a column of metal ,101".acb 1 the been "breaking out all over" with
Memorial Hospital CommasiorrJack
mission meeting Cleary Brother of West Pulm .leenth skit, counting down from
of which It about three 'in
will be held at Stuart Woman : one : five "campaign headquarters" "
Club from 10 .. to 6 p.m. on Saunderson said tha" he had Modern and Vintage Beach; have signed contract to Inches long" and one-half Inch deep. the lop. b lown 'for the UoldwaierMiller.lohnaonlfumphrey .
been informed by John H. Mona- build the bridge over C-23 Canalin To the right of them are the If one wishes" to write in name and for Burn
election day.WOMEN han, District: 4 Road Bo..rd member I i western Martin County, Commissioner name of the various candidate which Is not on the ballot" push and Holley candidacies.SpetMrd .
t (:( that Kuntle and Associates Jack Williamson announced and the offices: for which they on the" trigger and open the slut, i I. Holland (Dem.) .U
: VOFERS GIVE: had been: invited to submit proposals I Cars' Visit Museumstour at T uesday'i County Commission are running. The slot at the top opposite' the printed name of official opposed' by Claude R. Kirk Jr.
AMENDMENTS: STUDY for construction! plan. and meeting... II I about three time the depth of : candidate for that particular (Rep.) 'In bl* bid for re-etactioa to
The Provisional League of Women engineering: on the roadto extend They will act a* subcontractorsto \ : the other 'I hey are covered with office. On the paper In the sW the U. S. Senate. Roger I It op
I II 7.2 miles from Stale Road 708 I Big Chief Construction" Com metal lab which: can be pushed write the name of me man you pus.tpbr John D. Steele(Rep.)In
Voter of Martin County Nov. I, will be an saw < were made by $ W. Fort" of .
to Palm Beach County line Mon- Sunday puny who will develop A Haps tUh blank are voting for. Do the same to castwriteIn !
distributing an analyst of prosend ly active day at the Elliott :: Riviera Beach and John D. North .la the right, thu revealing Pus re-election bid u the bloused
link Indtanlown and To
ahan had also stated that he hoped Road to vote for any office.:
of the thirteen Con.tsatiunal Museum and the House of Refuge Of West Palm Beach. There will It w the Representative.
cons I Williamson acid The peter awrltalncandid tai mechanical
Fort Pierce of the
Free copies that construction of the road would of a I III vote the rest : On the three-county ..y.J-
amendment Museum be ten or more modern can
Martin County start within sin montIp.I I sport I, road will open up valuable citrus written. ballot, merely' pull the lever oppoate Martin, Okeechobee and OsceoU
secured at in the
may be First of the ,will be group. '
Martin is i event day farming and cattle areas In both 1"Labt" the name vf candidate forwhutn counties-interest i lit keen in the
of County furnishing to To release M they can
in the lobby "
Public Library or visit both the I The second event will be the .
I a to muMum by counties, he added a* well a you are voting.
the Kunde firm all dghtof- I' Thirty-third Senatorial District l t l
the First National Bank of Stu way Palm Beach Vehicle Clubat : of antique cart of the .
parade industrial
Sport the for .
paving way possible -- --
I. and survey information it has secured I ace; In which veteran legislator
art. 1 to date. The county has constructed I 10 a.m. Arrangement for the Palm Beach: Vintage. Car Club, expansion. St. Lucic Farina Irlo Bromon Sr. (Dem.) of Kte.simmer .
fr which will assemble at Milan'sRestaurant Inlet
Later Tuesday, County Engineer Dredging
I about one mile of canal la challenged by lames
KO AU) CLMPSTYS in Jensen Beach for Fred Bell laid that he npected, Hoad Is Vacated: B. Watson Sr. (Rep.) of Golden
AM RHONDA ARE : Luella Thomas lunch; then proceed to Stuart City work. on the bridge to start next Gale in Martin County
Hall& escorted sheriff (tommUkm Will Be Done on
RETURNING: : : HERE. by deputies.The week The County agreed llwre are only\ three Contested
I News Want Ad cavalcade to the museum will Tuesday to vacate' about 50O feet
Ronald niece on the Martin County; .level
Mr. and Mrs. Cumpsty take between 1)0 and 2 in Tract I,
I Killed by Knife place ; of an unnamed road A Rental Basis
Rhonda I They areJoseph:
seven-year-old daughter.
and Got FastBOATS immediate.'V .
Buyer p.m. St. Lucle Inlet Farm,
N. Y., returning Burns .1 GrccnJee (Dem.) anJ'Donna
of Newfane are I ReceptionHere
third will .
The event be the eta west of Stale Rood 76 In exchange
November spend II of the St. Lucle V R..II (Rep)for' Schoot
in to The dredging
early -v L u rHi 'I ""1'1 I Jones Is HeldA bfeiliufl of the activities: of the for an additional) ten feel
the winter at Ocean Breeze Park. Inlet may be carried out on a rental Board District 2 post being veer
Little Rhonda has been in and out SERVICES U I Christmas Museum, where workshop' there at will the be Llliot shell! on Friday of right-of-way. on 'n intersectingroad. basis, instead. uf I contract bans CaMel by Henry U. Kindred.

of Meyer Memorial Hospital at, I Tflq Booker Park Negro, !Nathaniel I work and i as originally planned it war announced John P. (Jack; ) SaMM'tnon
weaving demonstration*, 1h" construction of culvert In
Buffalo, N. Y.. this past summer, Jones, twenty-nine, i it M Martin I. "ct.JIhnI.\ ..." enhibil. I final) big i political event of the his will, I to ; Wednesday, I (Deter) of Port Salerno, and Wu'>
iS-iDOf 3-inch fibregfasboat painting area Improve" access
where she underwent'major surgery. County jail after confessing, to wood carving of bird by Captain current campaign 'in Martin County Stale. Road 76, ; A letter trims the U. S. ArmyInginasnng halt (J. Myers (Rep.) .hubs Sound
County Engines
second 40 horsepower L'vlnnlde : the murder of Luella Thomas, Jacksonville, fur County Commissioner District
She will be in the Ben and caricature will be a rust to Stuart by (lUy- said.CIIY : "District' :
Rigfi. personal Fred Bed
grade- at Jensen Elementary! School. i and trailer. Top and all twenty-seven, with whom he had by Inn Hutchinson don Burn. Democratic candidate to the County Commission Male 13. post held' by Saundenon.Isabel .
The .Cumpitys thank their many uccciaories. $745. Terms. I been living. Both museum will be staffed for governor, bIt.F7LNw that "invitation* to perform thework Evans (IDem,) and Gladys
(Continued on.Page 2-A) '11. 546-5456. Mobs Sound. The act took place Saturday with urlt hustt tad helper for The public i h locked to a reofXirMt will be .tweed NOV. 6 and tt Abncgord (Rep.) for supcrvU*
: 10-22 <(6J) Own 24, at about 10 p.m. in the the convenience. of visitor during for Bum at 9:45: a m. i A regular Meting of City Commission bid opened Nov 24. Com/actor or of registration, port being van
house occupied: by the couple& and the day Many of the helper will Friday In the community room of "postponed from Oct. 26. will. "be asked to furnish a dredge eared. by Mrs. Zota 81.1L....
I MI. George E. Bilk of four children. The Thomas worn be members of the Martin County the first National' Bank, and a will he held at City IUH at I p.m., with. attendant plant and crew tilt Name of own-oppweJ candt.'
Twisting an' nine-year-old son, R .u f u t Historical conference .ia scheduled. Monday, Nov. :2. a rental basta.nvin. dates for both stale and smutty of*;
Lfale Hobe Sound placed the abov Loci.hrd. said he saw )Jones attack Society. prep .. ,. .. .. ten will be on the Washy balluL,
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JACK JAMES ad in the tat bwc of The his t pother with a bile andstab -- -- which. will Include thirteen propoid -

ti'. 'O..>et" Stuart' News' and reported hcY! several times. County Orders Eighty-nine Plot Cleared-or' Liens ComingFortyfour mendmcnts to me state. con
that' ha was "very pleased" Deputy Sheriff, Floyd McAllister rrFr slitution and I proposal to abol"
Got the old Cadillac, !the two that the boat had sold -,rum and Tom Wyait who WL Martin County School District
fbshing pole and the 'coon tail for my ad in the News." I ed the case said that; 1:1':4eo&.I : Board of Trustees
the antenna: now aO I need is a & awe acquamteoc ahuut bit Get Notice Weedy Lotsall
weather-beaten Johnson sticker Place >Msr ,mh-tHlk 1 1I crime the nest morning. It w.. on Ual Week's Weathergtli
and the ke l shy pled,. 10II t.k* ell that he killed
sign ) Stawt New. wet cd sw. reported lb.l hs
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part: election.in the comIng AD i .... ...... ,.. are trttisttelussfcl the threatened woman to because kill) .....she ha 4 The county cracked dow .awady life and. property eslend. to Coral Cwrdcn owners; We.hawk' a, N. J.; Vincent .fie&T--.. .. ...., .anea/ ii :i:
I N. Y H
I I yawn maorfw tr""" ,. lot at in board create a traffic hazard." Kremsrr Land C JIOrI"on. Stu- ,. fkiudy. Bran ; FloydSchween. ers, 3 .. teawe.
Justice of the Peace W. C.: ("a misting 1 r
.: m tthflyfoty ,. AI cbsMtflrJ Mb bre4 at I acted Tuesday. authorizing the county M the kite are m.. bared by art developer of Hibiscu Psfk, ; Howard (leach. N Y..j; .. .. Si ,... ,..
; yean cf voting ,.I Use rtftlnf roe lit) Ttemfaqrli coy --a* coroner.fOOTE-..-.,. engineer to tend notice to fortyttMt the owner. the county wiN clear Ftka' A. Will, Si l anus.,. Mae; I John MulhulUnd. Moonachie; N. 0.c.... .. ""-' MM.tf .. I...".
record I think i Siu tNewwli14MMa. I owner of lot* to Coral Oardcas. them and place\ bens for cost Dclmar A. Roes West Palm I.; Cart W. Shilko. Mtddtetown, < ".. If .
the true I loyal I i, clsarfe ha the Ssmdaty FreePrtsc KLNET11 HMtcut Part. Port !Salerao. apmst them. Beach; Eva P. (b abeL! Stuart Conn.; and fjiimeit J. O'Bryan.. .. 7..ws aia he w. .s a

taxpaying Amer- ... anaHral to al Ma.II. U ROTC CADET ., South Jens** Height. sad Owner Mined in the resolution Francis W. liters Cleveland' Ohio;. Takoona Park. ., Md.. all Hibiscw ri'vire AT. 1ft.'w..to... SW.t....
lean*, of the c...., Kenneth A. Foute son of Arthur Wererly Heights. I IEiiN1' were Coral Gardens Development WKllam P. Adam, Mount V", Park owner: A.K. ,.'" .III. ,104'us.
g.atag I Ill
country realty' : p.sr..s. L Foot, fro War Street; -' km were lasted Mso C<

need a candidate who will wort to DMH wa"--c.t 27-155 Stuart i II presently ewxribd M a covered with. .eed*. debts sod l and .Lena lUrfv New/ YorkOry. ( Home, Brooklyn. .N. Y ; Miclwicl J. '.It""" Lake Worth; .1. ...t t. 4\ftj, "
put In God We T"ate bad to .. sat tar Qamdricd D.t .- cadet to the Army ROTC tit the other MMkMM material a* to semi : Lout P foceJlJ. Brooklyn, I William Albs LyftUhur. N. J.; I and Vernon O. Cornell Made, ..... \alfi h"i
our school,, back its our hearts I ........ UMveraiy FtorU. Cadet Foote to breeding ptcc for wakes N. Y.; Leonard ftcimeca Brookvhn Mf. *. Lades: Taw Miami: Ralph Va. all Port Salerno owoerst.< e=: J f.4' jit :: la.
and i it* value back in the dollar. graduated, from Mama County ..J" ermia e* tend to I *. N. Y ; and Oscar De Lalla,I Lkursi. CM tfawfit. litfull.) t Ward E. Hutcbinsun: Normeeat, Ii.", a wf. II:.
N. Y. Valentine (Continued oa Page 2-A) ...... n WI at w4 .u hi
{See you in Orach Sunda,.) High 3t ool create a Ore .hezard endangering. Whiaetfone., Lang lala ad, N. Y. land. :


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!:A. TOE STUART (Ha. NEWS Thursday, October 29, 1964 MORE ABOUT MORE ABOUT In fact. Crook indicated that won. The deadline thaw la Saturday week dent ClUMrin'i of Martin Asteewtwn., County, announced Retarded
Nov. 7. little more era
Martin County would not Jet such
44 Notices Sent We're Accredited a faulty machine teach M IH sk. Rambling away. So dozen far we tetws.have Mare received' are. .Wednesday...... .lit the Jim high Hopkins.school speech will
Asphalt Contractors Elect schoak.mentary grade Mcfe less Its high welcome. direct the show. Try-outs will behold

I On Lot Machine (Continued from Pate 1 I-A) fr at the gym on Monday. and
Crowell Vice President Clearing Despite JACK WILLI4MSOV TO BE Wednesday. Dec 7 and 9

Major Anderson VARIETY MIOW MC. I
(Continued from Page I-A) Pulling Boner I friends .hare for all the cards MIlt TALE-TWISTERS TO MEET
Walter C Crowell Jr. vice I asphalt contractOR in Florida, who a Got Jail Term during Rhonda slay in the hospital Countv Commissioner Jack Williamson !
president and manager\ a of Peterson (hay* about 4,000 employe with 1>a., Sum L. Tenon, Jensen Beach, : has accepted the Job of Members of the TaleTwisterswill
Inc., Stuart wee'(.leeted an annual payroll in CXCCM of AI Cox Construction Company (Continued (from Page I-A) I Major Anderson of Little Dixie master of ceremonies! for the 1965 practice this Sunday at :2!JO
MIL' president and director of the $l8XKOOfl( and whole !plant* and I received a forty-five-day jail sentence Variety Show to be heW at Mar p.m. at the Jack James Ranch on
Asphalt Contractor Association of equipment are worth $3 ,O(10,000( ) I.1Mt'1ol i: Clifford Danner to East! Stuart Elementary School I in lieu of fiN on a petty larcstty EMERGENCY RULING I tin County Senior High gym on State Road 76 The first show
Florida, Ina.. at the annual meet. The association's headquarter Dickenon Run, Pa.: Fred Malone, No elementary sshaol in Mar charge In Municipal Court fROIKCTS: STRIPERS Friday and Saturday Jan. I H and win be Sunday. Nov ,H. at 2'30
ng in Dayton Beach Oct 23-25 i ia at Winter Park. Detroit Mich, William E. Azzi- I tin County received, the full accredited other The Florida Cabinet acting at I 16. Bob Battermann.,! _vice presi p.m.
S. Roy Cone of Orlando was nam nara. North Miami Beach, D. rating without warningor I In case*, Judge Harry F. the Board of Conservation, has -
ed president limitation but none wa' non. Dyer imposed (four fine, entreated
To control injurious insects! Ponnel Furey, Lima Pa.; Arnold I issued an emergency ruling making -
accreditod' four bonds, found two dcf.ndams

The association Includes among cranberry bogs are periodically Brum, Farmington. Mn.h.: : Ralph"'' I not continued it illegal to take or to attempt Our Pledge to the public:
its members most of the leading I a I floodedSEYMOUR'S. Cited a* reason for this by guilty; : two to take striped bass in the waters
Durham Grand Rapids, Mich.; J. Mr*. Lillian Dassori general! supcr- case and tilferretl sentence MI one of Martin or St. Lircie counties. We pledge ourselves to the foBowtoip To serve only the
L. Ramsey, Algcr. Mich.; Ronald visor, were such factor a*: no case The bans were planted in the St. best of food to give quick service to be courteous -
W. Weis, a* trustee\ Jensen Beach; full.time librarians!\; no room used Lucie River by Florida agenciesand i to keep our place clean and I to appreciate: )our patronageand
1 Js
INNThe Charles B. Brumgart, Dumont N. solely a* libraries, no full-time $30,000 SWITCllFI the leak Walton League/ The good will.
).; Edith V. McOmni, Palm teacher of art mimic, and other TO FOX BROWN ROADAt ruling protects them until they
Home City: Vincent Grabeck Fort specialized subjects; limited lunch. the request of Commissioner become establishedSIRIFJ SPECIAL FOR NEXT SUNDAYFRIED
of Good Food f/Mfoed'&rinks. ; / Pierce; Fredrick Womack Carthage room facilities and temporary Jack Williamson the County .* N C.; Robert T. Bair, Jensen classroom. Commission freed Tuesday to
Cocktail Lounge and Package: Store Open Weekday. !to a.m. 'III Beach; C Yankovich, Jensan The standards for accreditation transfer $30MX( ( of secondary OF JUNIOR CHOICE OF TWO SIDE DISHES $1.FRANCES
Sundays 1 p..... 'rU Beach, and William J, Bessemer, would rise year by year, and Mar road fund, originally budgeted HIGH IAMBORIM ROLL A BUTTER COFFEE or TEA
DINING ROOM CLOSED FOR TirE SUMMER Fort Pierce, all owners of lots in tin County schools standards would for preliminary engineering on There will be a Junior High CHOICE OF DESSERTPOWELL'S .
South Jensen Heights: rise. with them. Crook aaid. West farm Road, to he used for Jamboree every Tuesday at the
3 PIECE ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NIGHTS Henry Neilson, Irvington N. There was no reason for the the same purpose on Fox Brown Stuart Youth Center from 3)0: \ DINER & MOTELU.
2 J.; and James A. Bessemer. Ak public to be worried, and Friday's Road (from State Road T0| northto p.m. to 3pm. for all Junior High
BLOCKS NORTH JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAY Waverly I rumor was definitely false, he Martin County Highway (State students The jamboree will con. S. No. 1 2 BLOCKS NORTH OF BRIDGES

.4'11I1 concluded Just a machine error. Road 714)). list of games, contests, dancing We are now open every day for the winterA
-- ----- J and prizes. It is sponsored by theYouth SQUARE DEAL WITH EVERY MEAL"
Center and will be under
the direction of Jim McMahon
center: director. There is no charge ---- --

tUX>l> Of LFIIrRS:
We had a flood of letters to
the editor. this week-received after
VOTE Monday morning when the
editorial page goes to press Elvin
H. KiMhcffer of Sc walls Point RIGGER--

praised' a recent. editorial, "A RESTAURANTJENSEN <
Word of Truth; as did Allen F. JIll'
3rd Brewer of Eden Mrs. Claire Taibl
wrote attacking the policy in Viet
nam "where American boys are LANCFORD MARINA AND VILLAS
dying obediently, silently, tragi
Bally, handcuffed with obsolete
arms and a 'no win' policy "
Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth E.
THE FACTS Griffith, USAF, retired castigated OPENSSunday
____ ._ .'___-__ d _. "__,_ city and county for non-coop-
erative altitudes toward developments -
now in the Bahamas K.. James Nov. 1st 1
YOUR VOTE FOR HRONSON IS YOUR Ralph sent in a brilliant analysisof ,
the presidential campaign .
'' VOTE FOR PROGRESSIVE LEADERSIIIP John Carey vigorously protestedthe
DINNER 5 to 10
use of county buildings, of. p.m
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE fices and Salerno fire hall for distribution .
of political literature and
Seniority Elected to the House of Representative campaign, meetings James Q REGULAR SCHEDULE
In 1942. serving there I 10( yean Elected to the Blaine, Mrs. Paul Hoverman, R.
Senate from JJrd District in 1952, serving there Leach and Francis X. Pelosi, wrote DINNER 6 to 10 p.m.
continuously to present time. Elected president urging continuation of landscaping
on U. S. I past Stuart city
pro-tern of the Senate in 1957 limits. LUNCH Mon. Fri. 12 to 2 p.m.

nr L Proven Leadership Chairman 18 county committee &
that created the Central and South Florida
f i Control District to divide
i Flood SfIOII'IOred.hill ON 1IOMI:COMING 287-4040
Lake Okeechobce thereby creating additional revenue j
a for Martin, Okeechobce. Gloilci And Hen dry The latest "Sorry I Won't Be
w { Counties Voted against 3% sales tax on grocer at Homecoming' letter came froma

a see tin c Jet, kQt1.DtGIiGOgs.\ i '. Q9QyJI'ed bULja..Scnale..yr. .. tit couple County of High newlyweds grads(In both Honolulu Mar- "Where The Stars Meet"BOX
See ?s : resulting in establishment of the Boys Industrial Hawaii. If you haven't sent
.j j a School lln Okeechobee County, adding thousands of yours yet-please. get it in the mail j

'.. / dollars of payroll money to the county Helped t ty -eirswvsiwwwr .. ,.. ,:.
,,bring the Stale Livestock and Crops Pavilion, to d
.,' st Owcoola: County Sponsored bill in Senate establiihing -
$ the Large Animal Diagnostic! Laboratory ins HAVE FUN Tjjj
r s > Klssimmee! OFFICE: OPEN
On Halloweenat
Effective Comnilttfeman, At the present' time serving 6430snoWTlalE
on seven Interim committees: Agriculture (chair. too
man), Legislative Council, Bond Investigating Com
mittee, Commercial Code Committee Fish and I

.'.. Natural Resources Committee. Health and Welfare I ThursdayFridaySaturday
'Committee, Judiciary and Law Reform Committee,
Personnel and Retirement Committee. (In all his I
I service in the legislature, he has served on 137 i a ON i ulE D11fRIENEEJr

committees, Including: Banking. Citfus', Claims,
I Constitutional Arncndmcrts, Finance and Taxation
I'I'I' Forestry and Parks Game and Fresh Water Fun AlT.IS11LI Sr
'I (chairman), Legislative' Management and Population
--- -- '"- _!!I (vice, chairman), Livestock' (chairman), Temperancevice ar
(, chairman), Drainage and Water Conservation S0 RCO ,
(vice chairman: ). Oil and Natural Resources, Rules ,
and Calendar the only s ) 4iTECHNICOLORB

EXPERIENCE Community Service By selling land at a price I Night Club in I;dill ?i' i(

much lower (ban the market, was helpful in bringing .a '
Tupperware to Osceola! County Donated 20 Martin Count'
miles i of right-of-way for state and county roads
SENIORITY KNOWLEDGE ACCOMPLISHMENT Donated. right-of-way to Lake Cypress for sportsmen LIVE MUSICFri. awram 11, + ewNreaw.w
for Florida '
Donated land for headquarters s.v..r..r. ?ateaww Nwana.aab.aa

Cattlemen's Association Gave land for Highlands & Sat. Nites
Baptist Church Donated land for ---- ---- --
Senator Irlo Bronson KEEP MARTIN. COUNTY Art and Culture Center Donated nine miles *
Halloween Late Show
water frontage to Flood Control Donated all Special

Is Endorsed By right-of-way for Highway/ 530 opposite' Orange Come in Costume FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 11:00:
The Jensen Beach Mirror GROWING Brief Hfctory Born Osceola (County Attended if you like
school in Osceola County, prep school In Georgia
took Business Administration at Rollins College *
The St Cloud News
WITH Married former Flora Belle Bass, and has two
children: Mrs. Frank (Incite) Kelley and Inn Bron hNC

The1 Klssimmee Gazette son. Jr. Methodist Elk. Mason Scottish Rite PRIZESFOR QRICErgm1'J
I PROVEN LEADERSHIP Shrine, State Chamber of Commerce (director). ,
The Okeechobee NewsReElect KUolmmee Chamber of Commerce In business
raising citrus Commercial' cattle Director BESTCOSTUME
lint: National Bank of Klssimmee.


& Don't Trade Experience For An Experiment *

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AccidentsMar J THE STL:,VRT Florida) NEWS Thursday..October 39. IW4 3-,%

Weekend in
lr at

City of StuartThree 1 I I 1 / '

city> traffic accidents ov-
er the weekend brought'
injury to via;
\lx-year.oIJ Lmle Dixie boy and
damage vstinwicd at a total of
$150 to three vehicles :, s i

At *'l l0(> p.m. Friday, a car driv- ,

en h\ Clair w Rucker of Stuart ;;>. BEAtt
stopped for It left turn at Colo- ;
rado and South DUKJ, was struck f! .
by another vehicle driven by Ort ,. 4iaa RUSH!
land E. Monroe of Fort Pierce.

Monroe. Charged hy Patrolmen B. :. SAVPlENTiYJ
Chase and Merle Widener with ,
careless driving causing an accident \ /IS'
said he applied! his brakes but I "
his car skidded. Damage was estimated t
at $50 to each vehicle. 7ir1\

At 5i':I p.m. Saturday, Jerome I [ I
C Oliver of Palm City driving a V
furniture truck, struck the parkedcar Ito I We Will +a + GE
of Jack
Morgan. Stuart while ,,
backing on Atlanta Avenue near t .1' ,
WcU Second Street Damage to a I- g. g Hold
Morgan car was estimated at $.50. e J."r. DISHWASHER
No charges were placed by Patrol. 1 ": ,.' JiL" .1.. .b All i
man DFlia I
Kenneth D Edwards, tix. of A PAIR of )100-jear-old( ( spectacle" is modeled by Laura Stuckey
Bahama Avenue, ran in front ofa of the News staff They are owned by Frank C. Hawkins, Jensen Layaways PRE-RINSE:
car driven by Julia E. Reeves of Beach who lays he saw his grandmother wear them seventy-five -
Spruce Street, near his home about yean ago. Another cherished possession of his I is a tintype of his 3.00
ed 6 p.m down.Saturday and was knock. parents taken on their wedding day in 1869 Mr Hawkins hat Washes & Dric'Til *

He was taken to Martin Me. lived at Ocean Bree/o Park since 19)8, PER

morial Hospital, where he was I l WEEK : .,1
treated for a cut over the right 3 50 Giant
eye and for multiple bruises and UNICEF Collections Are Xmas /
released Patrolman Leroy Wash- PER ; 12-pound CapacityNOW
ington, who investigated, placedno

charges Masquerade, States Knight hlrrle) S30 WEEK p

I "Perhaps the greatest masquerade past years are: Albania Bulgaria, -
Pony a VictimOf of all on Halloween night is Czechoslovakia, Poland and Yugoslavia rMndl'I1I5J
1 that of little children: being exploit The f statement of allocationsby Two Washing Cycles l '
AutomobileA ed for the purpose of raising mon- UNICEF for the year ending PER \ ,
ey for UNICEF," Mid Rev. Our- Die. 31 I, 1963. showed $284,000) ) SP IU i
Shetland ward H, knight: Jr to Red Poland $248! ,()XX()) u Red Pilfcr-FI l Washing System WEEK
which broke
out of its pasture along Slate Road "A minister was overheard say Yugoslavia $17,000 u> Red
ing that he disturbed Cuba ONLY $ 95
707A Jensen was quite
west of Beach had
to be shot after it was struck by a I last year when some of the children -I "Anyone who will make a ser TwoVl1sh Temperatures I 7 149
car about I II I p.m. Friday. Oct. 23, were shamefully treated and ious study of the question withan
that called mind will find that the
The some were even communist open
car: was driven by Armed
Felicia of Stuart It was damaged While it Is true that chile basic philosophy of those running 12-pound Capacity
to the extent of $400. dren should not be treated in the UNICEF is opposite to the American Model! I 1250VNO
Sheriff M. Deputy that above manner it Is of greater shame concept of free enterprise.
L Sprott said
the that they are allowed to be used' "Don't fall for a smooth sales .; R wJ !J'V
pony was so bady injured he lto
had to dispatch it with hit I revolver for this communist- cause. talk. Demand the facts. Ask for MONEY DOWN
"UNICEF aid goes to Red dictatorship a financial report of the disbursements -

Michelle Coutant, daughter of "*. Among the communist I of UNICEF.
enslaved nations to which Rev. Knight is pastor of the
Clvde Coutant owned the animal UNI'I
which CEF aid has !been allocated Southern Methodist Church here.
was valued at $150. No
charges: were filed.

CIRCUIT COURT Florida Is Dynamic State

CASES: III IlCommon>

( Law) I David Irons Tells BankersDavid -
Kenneth L. Kardoza vs. King

Burgess and Hail It Trucking B J Irons of Stuart, president Ten years ago we had 8.800 bank
Inc in exceof $1,000
Judgment I of the florida Backers Association officers( and employes-today, we I
Miller, Cone Owen, &
Wagner ; welcomed the American have over I 8.000( ( ),
Nugent. ,
Bunkers Association' in convention
(Chancer ) "Florida is a dynamic and grow
Jackie V Hollowell) W.'Carotyf! ,,'"ltt.| Miarru\; Beach.Sunday ing slate Of course: we know thai
S. Hollowell divorce. T. C. Houk "I would like to tell you a few I each of you 11 a* proud of his own I Small
Valerie F AlanS. facts about our beautiful Hale: I Mate a* we are of ours but wt
Humphrey vs.
, I II
Humphrey Jr.. divorce Baugher he said. "There are 54,252 square look forward to sharing our stale Deposit GIFtS '
TV la ruler &; Mcttler mile In Florida bounded by a I with you either on a temporary or A' -
-- coast line of 8,400 linear miles I permanent basis mil Jlntd _
along which are located six major I 'Florida bankers are proud of 12 lbs:. 11" (diag. meas.)

Vote Intelligently deepwater ports of entry. We mine past and present' opportunities to
FOR A COMPUTEASSORTMINT most of the world phosphate, and serve this important and, vibrant
grow most of the world citrus industry through participation in
: OF and the nations vegetables in the the activities of the American
CURRENT POLITICAL, winter time We have vast ranch. Bankers Association"
BOOKS NOW IN:\ ands overflowing with Brahman,
STOCK, VISIT Hereford. Angus and Santa Ger.I .
trudis, as well I a Cars Collide Near
aa lbflllud: 7.
VALENTINE'SBOOK hat is worth
lam annually to our state'a economy St. Lucie SpanAn
It seems that everyone wants
329 F.. Ocean Blvd. or I is considering moving to or establishing > automobile crossing Ocean
Dial 2870403USTON'S Boulevard at the east end of the
a manufacturing plantin
Florida. This is good plan St. Lucie River bridge was damaged
to the extent of $500 "when
have favorable labor
ning as we a
market among other factors. struck the bridge.A by a. car traveling west oft ., II Jak

"The electronics industry I it I
booming down here. The space car driven by Erna Snlitt of ('
Port Salerno was struck by one I
I is in with
age upon UI a big way I
t he world largest developmentcenter driven by John P Wood seventeen,
located just a few miles up of Jensen Beach Damages to the I
the coast from here. I Wood car were estimated at $75
H The tremendous population by Deputy Sheriff C. R. Hcislcy,
of the There were no injuries and no
surge. brought on by many ( '
charge: were filed. -" '
factors I have lust mentioned has
reached 5620.000 to place us in
ninth place in the state of the irdVnlk Set .;tf f.I ..' I
nation. Five years from now the .s,.__.__ IB 404V
figure will be 7.850000. Every At the Academy
week 3.046 people move to Florida ,
Financially, too. we are mov. Martin County Audubon Society GENERAL ELECTRIC -
ing ahead. For Instance, the 415 will conduct the second "bird
1-1 commercial bank we have today walk" of the season on Sunday "FROST GUARD"REFRIGERATOR .
contain almost $6.500000000( in Nov. I I. at St. Joseph Academy r
OFFICE EQUIMIENTOsreola : deposits as compared with the 215 In Jensen Beach. Participant are
Avenue 2S7-U99 banks ago which con eked to meet at the academy's I MQ L
tained slightly. $2.500.000,000 2 30
over garage at : p.m.
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Jim /11/ atson and fits fighting hatI

I refuse to wallow in the mud

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I deplore the level to which this campaign has no reason to change these principles. Let this '"
fallen. All my life, in both business and per be public notice to telephone callers who are of. Gb
sonal) activities I have been honest and above fcring to sell me derogatory' information ubout. '
; board.t have always avoided dealing in per my opponent. I am not interested, in material
: sonalities. I sold my products on the basis of of this nature, I refuse to wallow in the mud.i ,
o their merits alone. Now, in public life, I see,
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: '.T'i, .offer to debate the issues

., ', oh ',:,,', This is the telegram that was sent to my or on the radio? Signed: James B. Watson, Sr.
: ,' ,. '.'. 4 opponent: To Senator Irlo Bronson, Kis- End of TWX. Up to the date of publication of

.. ., simmee, Florida. October 21, 10:39: A. M. this advertisement I had not received a reply. l

, t r; Your continued avoidance of the real issues Please Senator Bronson, the time is short :i ., j
: \:' t";' dictates, in the public's interest t, open, ,f and the people are entitled to know where, I ::'I ': .'":,'' -"''" r

':; ;J r.., ".1 public debate between us. Will you appearuw. you stand on the issues. '"

: .. 'I tfii, with me- to debate issues either on a platform '.8t.: '. : : I.

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The public knows my position I Io

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I am for: I am against: .

Repeal of Tax increase on Auto License tags.Amending Communistic Socialistic \ State ;1. -, 'k),,: I
: Constitution to prohibit I diverting gas taxes. Further increase in gasoline I tax. 4,,( r'41, .",M, I
Road Federal 1 encroachment m our Public Schools. "- ::,'
Department to provide proper construction signs. : ; ,
., ," r '' Abusive freedom of the I loan sharks ; l,'A:', ,
: of
Regulating operation motor scooters after dark.Abolishing ''' : Issuance. of revenue certificates without consent of ., :; ... \!,
? tl'inventory t and intangible t tax. f '
Maintaining a high standard of education.Provisions .., Legislature.A ':; < 'I' '
filing fee to run for Public Office. f r ';" )1':I Io
for a Lieutenant Governor Special Power groups now in our State iq I I ..v' :
: Department of natural resources. Lowering the value of the American Dollar. :;,:". ,,', :" I If
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YachtsIn r THE; STt: ,\RT Florida. .NtWS: .2.hllrlllay. October V, W4 '.A I II III

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Yachtsmen outnumbered oilier( J
auoUs last.t lt..t the LdngtordManna : ,4 L STUART SHOPPING CENTER
but the villasclaimed l \.
its own celebrity) I

Overnight guest at the villas
were Mr. and Mrs Vaughn Mon '
roe, he is the noted musician of !
Boston! .-and, w* hope, a new area 5 Quart Unbreakable
reudtnt. fYIt'/' :". w Plastic
New of the Monroes Florida I II t
home will come later from Trudy \

Bohncr Florida boats arriving at the I N \t;

marina and their owners included: ; Th\\ UTiliTY PAILAssorted
Norsaga IV." Harvey Hubbell, I (
Palm I Beach; Jarta," T M. r.k \
Thompson Boca Raton; Mitchell : color
1;' Captain George H Sicmann poll of a thousand

Jr., Fort Lauderdale: and Maru-- uses Painting, cleaning, camping
"' '
va R. S. Edwards, Casey Key
Marina guests from out-of state gardening, etc., Unbreakable and leak-
were: "H itvas," A. D. Griffith, I proof!
Crangvburt, S. C.; "Sandra Too," 4
Kenneth W. Thornbill East Mar.
jon R. 1., "Lady Diane," RobertC.
Riclheimer, Philadelphia Pa.. (,}
'U-AIIIV," C. M Weber, Cherry 4y r rC COMPARE
Hill N. J.; "Bill Et Doux W O.

Springer, Verona N. J.. Surprise at49'
III," John D. Lazarus Deal N. y e

J.; Westerly! ," J. W. West! Homer,
N. Y.; a
"Smiles 111," Harry A. Rich
ardson, New Brunswick! N. J..
"Mark 0 IV" Sheldon CRock. h
well, Cambridge Mass Lilla,
Allan Hyman New York City, 4ql
t Wunhapee Famlee," I I. C WciU
\ man, Washington, D C Ulan-
I chard IV,'' John Corey, Milton P LARGE 72 In. by 90 In.

Mas; "Pete & Re.Pete. Peter J.
Krey, Eastehestcr! NY "Co/y
11." D. L. Coe, Lewiston N, Y Bound BLANKET
"Golden Wheat," H T Anderson, Nylon

Sheyenne Md.; Margaret F ,z
Paul Francois Red Bank N J. '
"LI:: -Quc." Elmer C. Wit/ke, Gros. I
lie Pointe. Mich.; and "Sun Again, Pint VACUUM BOTTLIN (

R H. Gibson Rumson! N. J. easel N. ,.".*. .al K..M INw
Villa guests! from out of state:
.. .*.11. lII.r.,_tof t.*t4l 2 .
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Monroe yl ; 1, ''kz 1ii st1P
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Boston, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. r h t rcUiitl* Nigh lapses
ward Murphy Salisbury, N. C.. + JC( rl.atle., a.sbl. wall ... ..._
and Dr and Mrv T. L. Murphy t kut i y pM r rt'tier II I..* llnll Iniprcv .H...._
Salsibury N. C. ..... ..*.nlf. else drinking.ivp FOR

Villa guests! from Florida: Mr. wl'.f{ C r Av "p.
and Mrs. S. L. Carlisle, Eustus, ,
C. R. Berry, Cape Coral and Mr. "..,._.i.. Sr .1M.M .
and Mrs John C. Dormer Jr, DR. ANI) MRS. PAUL A. WYSOCK who were married in ceremonies at Redeemer Lutheran R.y Ura. tli. .avU: LADIS" tlwfatm

Clerniont Chinch Saturday, Oct. 24 The bride is the former Miss Nancy Anne Johnston. She was a nurse $ .mt I M. .f maql, Acrylic fiber 4"
Mr. and Mrs W. A. Rutledge at Martin Memorial Hospital and her husband is associated with Dr. Robert Kuhn I NYLON IINDINO w.alI'f' ......,

have returned from Rock ford, __ u____ Vol. .....- .'" toUrfar .Cell
Ohio to their home on State Road -- ------ ------ -- ) ..11I" wtrhwit Siesta ..Iht.

76. Dessert Cards
Duplicate Bridge
Mr and Mrs Von K. Jourdan At Woman's ClubThe .

entertained party at Saturday their home with on a Nor dinner To Start at Youth CenterA Woman's Club of Stuart i i HEAVY RIBBED CAR Children's v; 2

man Avenue. Guests were Mr. and will hold! a dessert card party at '
Mri. Robert Jellison of Van Wert, Duplicate Bridge Club l ji dub its' its director. Mr. Man in i.a the ctojttiouse t + Halting at 1 p.m. 2-PIeco' -

Ohio, and Mr and Mri Herbert scheduled to be started in Stuarton I qualified bridge lecturer, I in on Wednesday. Nov 4. there : r and UTILITY MAT tl' M
Lungston and torn, Dennis and Mructor and has served an a bridge Fi-T
Jesse! of Fort Pierce, Nov 11. Plans are for an open instructor with th4 Swedish-Amer will f be" door and table pricks. Cotton Knit
club with all bridge players invited ican Lines on of their deluxe The committee in charge will
Mrs. Ed Rivers hat returned to !. It will be a non-profit club cruises many be Mrs. Peter Oucsno chairman
her home in Martini Mobile with admission only to cover operation "If bridge Mrs. William Walters, Mrs. E. F SLEEPERS ;
can play
Homes Park from a vacation spentin cost. The club will be sponsored can play you duplicate, the most you fav Malice, Mn. Tom Welter Mrs
Alabama North Carolina and I by the Stuart Recreation Do- form of this popular card W. P. Bishop and Mrs. C Donald Tfc trerflriwseJ answer toMM
D. C. where she visited I with Jim McMahon lending emitting ..
Washington piirtment ," Mans said "Once you try Warden iftblim ifs kMptof y* r
her daughter, Mrs Jerry Hub assistance! and support to Jay I duplicate game it is difficult to derive Advance reservations are being .....$.. w- tied .if .
man, and family! I H. Mans who is spearheading theMartin much fun out of party or rubber taken by Mrs Ouexno 287-1 IOJ ..tart.*.* HMM Wly .11bPs.!

I bridge To those who have never I and Mrs Helen 1'illsy, 287-1711, ne,'" MMMtMM wwJwbUM
tried please come down and join quick rfrtM. '*Mt e.*.

fP' !i" ( ((1iLEtwybM.f with us in forming this new bridge I MAR I II IN MEMORIAL ..... lM< i..asRpa.la. ..situ.

t f $: SKYl.INlIi ? I few club.variations We will hell and;: after you with the first the IIOM'IIAL ".......11.._...-.. "",a..t M..dr.n.a.11 1 easun'N..,...... ...... 14...Aaurs.d. ......
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P4RK.l Births--Mr. and Mn. Howard ...... ..,..... bkM.
few will feel much NNnr .
hands ; ..
I Preston a daughter Oct 22; Mr b_ /r..seS ,.. skids /nNfi
: I at ease and Mrs James Melton, twins, .....,.....*..' .4..t_
is and
s' a challenge
l (JNI'r <:NefCA a son and a daughter Oct 22;
,, the best known medicine/ to improve
4Do I, the quality of your bridge. I daughter Mr" and, Oct Mrs. 22 Eugene, Mr. and Sweda.Mrs a oe I.J.fMen's
Tell your friends and help us toward i
James Ledbetter a son, Ocl 26.
a good] turnout for our first
Q I Get. 21-Admitted, Alice Lindley .
,' I KYLo,Q. : meeting. Mark your calendars Mrs. James Melton, Jessie!
Wednesday. Nov II, at 7:45 p.m.
: Spradley MIldred Pitunan, Mildred
< .
at the Stuart Youth Center
,) ., ';J .." "We plan to affiliate, with the Roger Phyllis Larch Amelia
..,eOICAL Maclar and and Poux
... American Contract Bridge Stephen ;
1 :) W cdFNTC'i', ,.; J i issue fractional mauler League points, discharged 'Terry DcSlefano,
Richard Cash. Carola and
; f .1 iU. schedule Speed
.' ,; regular master point
? :; 'Ir' 5' :: "j '4 : :' games, and hoot to schedule one Mrs. Ray MalmMen and daughter
li. Xt 22-Admuuvl 1, MabelWebsur I
a.t a ...,., ... wL.: .. :,,.," or more the winter championship lea..wi.."events during I NeliM Pearl Preson, Famous Brand CANVAS CASUALSFamous

Mary Swede Shirley Poux, Dill .
0 It want more information
to the first and Brown and Theodore Wilder) dis
First I meeting
i game phone. 546-5622 or 2872550 charged Montgomery Trimmer
: Ldward ODomtell. Betty Harris,
Myrtle Kihhe, John Pilanowski, name,. top quality casual have
("O t1U1fR.'nV (II' : Margaret Clark EJhert Silas. AdcllRydcll. ) all .
Adult CommunityNEW CIIRIMUN. DOCTRINECOLim : and hurley Miller springy rubber soles; Ideal for .u..

: ; IS MT (XI 2J Admiied.. Margaret w.ar. Textured canvas uppirf'are sturdy
David Harold Pierce laitntif
i The conferences and workshop I Thompson and Dr Mitchell Benedict and long wearing.
FLORIDA HOMES ON for a specialized count for all ; discharged Sophie Karahin-
members of the of
Confraternity as, John' Gray Audria DcVarv,
Christian Doctrine will be heldat
LANDSCAPED LOTS Mrs. Howard Preston and daughter
the RNII'talAcademy in Welt : and Mrs. Eugene Swede and
Palm Beach on Saturday Nov. 7,
with registration at 9:30: a.m. The daughter Oct" 24-Admitted, John Ann O
75 x 100 ft. Large Living Room. Extra morning session will feature Father Wood Winnie and Mar.

Large Kitchen. Bedroom with Large James V. Morris C.M., who is Moore discharged.Gentry Elba II... N 118
peel ;
professor of Sacred Scripture al Welton. Theodore Wilder. AmeliaMd'lIlof1d. ,........11
Tile Bath Cast Iron Tub.
Closet. St. Vincent' Major Seminary will and David Lomaru rhrvwaMen's
Utility Room. speak about "Salvation Hiotory" Oct 24-Admitted. Ruth Berri-
The afternoon sewon will feature
i an. Herbert Brennaa. lieu Arbo-
clatt dcmooMralKVM and tINt 'meof
and John Linden
visual auk for teacher and I pa ;
\atttua .
Thompwn Mrs lenses
$ practical hint for helper and. Mellor and tINt and daughter. Joseph .

fohcrs.GLIM. Hayden (ather Bell Hob Fine LEATHER LOAFERS
) 10 IIOU was and John IJmben. Quality
CAin PARTY I Oct 2 6- Admitted Darlene

$5990I The SL Joseph mild wilt bold I 1.e.IhctW, Olio Rey'burst David Ideal for Ie...... and campus wear. Styled from teUcted
lorrcMcr. Joseph Hunter, K K-
a card party lint'm the' community Dykes. Robert Tompkin! ,*. Irene leather They're handteme enewgh for drew wear andcemfertoble
room of the National Bank
building in Stuart on Thursday. De..... and Brash 1l arr 4 i it- eaeugli fercatual wear.

Nov. 19 at I Kcfmhmenu charged Alice lifklky, MarprttMoure
,.ill be served. Mrs. Olm Booth Jessie !iprad""*?. I u tra
fleawr I I. ed WOJwrn fraMf, and Irene
it chairmao. bring yourown I I1&
I .
sank De*in*

i Junior Women's of i iSa.
The Stuart regular monthly meeting
I Club' has chanyid ,lit* daw of H* 'I Jo*rpk, Guild' and Confrawr-
CONSTRUCTION INC. iip-comift meeun| from Nov 9 stay of Cbmtian Mother. o>
,!la Nov\ 2, at 1 race at UM dub: Monday. Nov. 2, will open with
hauee. bt the church at 7X5:
P. O. Box 824, Jensen Beach, Florida I Ra(wvt Watson at PiketvilW! V. I pinyA ..... of UM per..... in.ctudtng .
Y.. i it vsMtmt hi* sheer, Mr. f, winter v Sales Office in Post Office Building I'IB. Lane, at Pelican Or**. Ht 1 I I Plan for our annual. perMIt .err
\ plan mtlM h* future....* IIkiwi. I sear, I* he bee.. om tnHm 1 4 I I 1 12, will bed setreal ,

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\ ram x ft S.R'If CTta, ) s'l'R'q Thui.Ja<' October x9, I r TundamentalfojGolf I in.STEPPERS PLAN
.! l i ipl I 1 1 I PARTY AND DANCE

The Stuart Hi.Stepper* will meet

Matt Moore Starts Series t this Thursday at 8 p.m. in the
>tuart Youth Center A Halloween
i ij
; art>' will be held m coi* ectfon
On 'Fundamentals of Golf' u' sow Mth the seoood square dance of
the season! Ralph Otis of Went
Palm Beach will be the caller,
Fundamental of Golf; ftn.cklv I Ohio serving with Henry Picard,
cistumes are optional' and **ry-
column Matt
\ by Moor ,
a peat payer" teacher: and hold. welcome,
ne ii
'rotis >ml at t Martin County
< silt mil ( ouniry Club will bean er of many Mb. whole golf rt-
a. In next week edition of The cord eanwd. (him a place m t tit" APPLICATIONS FOR
Stuart News PGA Hall of Fame. MARRIAGE LICENSES

In addition to giving advice Then canw five yean a* head I Will Bell Holbrook, Indiantown
'iclptul! to begjnn.n Mid better I profoMonal at the Commissioned I
: i and Betty J. Wilts. Lake Wales.
Officers Oolf Oak Norfolk Va .
players the series will afford readers -
Ira Davis Jr :and Rachel
from where
the opportunity of participating be Moved to Jupiter
aria Sarvlcc Riviera Beach
m i question and answer servIce and became pro at the Toquetta
Oucstions should be addressed! Country Club for three years and The wittitt national flower of

id Golf, coo' Sport Editor Sti> taught professionally at the Wilson I Australia Is commercially valuable -
art News Box 1047 Stuart Supply Company golf driving i for its high tannin content.

Moore has been a professional range In Jupiter, before accepting There are several specie.
roller tor eighteen year, and a the pout at the Martin County
t,law A member, of the Profes- club this past mimmer lfoJfUL ADt655TI.R5514A7'

tonal I <:'olferA.lOCialion for In addition to articles on play. KIOTM.' tlr> risinr lit: tHina.
TO w..()M IT MAY (Y'titNN(1't. .
thirteen vcan, Moore column will feature advice 'r, ,IK hfrchy ml\. ...n I that
He started* his golf career i ft on the rule of the game and I U." '4 of (_..iuou .VminilaaloiM-ra. .(
f Orongcburg. S. C., where he wo ethics and etiquette on the course, M.tort,' I a puhllr(nunir Marina-rlnrlda a will KrCularl <*>n-

head pro at the Orangeburg Country all designed to increase our reader *tlnc( on Vovrmhrr JI. I Sat at
I tli, hour at t.all A.M..r aa anon
Club Interest '
for in
two years. Then he golf :h..dl..1' ai the mnltor may hnifard
mewed to Aiken. S. C. an head proof I The first! article. which will at 'tie Marian Coimly Co"rt-
j 'e Jti 4 J* JQ&, J&A. ,- the .owned ap I ho"... In Htuarl'. J-lorlla. lo ronildrr -
city '
I pear in our edition of Nov willdeal
GIRL SCOUT scheduled for the matter or an ending; Hi*
TIGER QUART ERBACK Buck Mauldin, 30. eludes a Belle Glade tackler and makes ground on an He was co-professional at the I with swing fundamentals in training sessions are monlnaicrulatlnna of :tho following
Oct and Nov 4 In the Community Room First National Bank, d..rll..d property:
option play The Tigers lost 20-0. in a key game They are 2.3 at the mid-season( mark Canterbury Golf: Club Cleveland general I
Stuart. At the first one held last Thursday Mrs Lee Kelcey, All I hut ,part of tx right, field director of the Palm Glades conducted the IIS of tin, aubdltlalon of tie
Council (tomes lying- \\ .nt of
Seek Third Win Pahokee I program, assisted by Mrs Wilma Chandler of Stuart neighborhood vin. ftoM.lh; and 41.11'r'l.n"' :
Tigers at i land tilt' "'ld". "
r I chairman of the Curl Scouts. hounded nn the Fut by Tl;IrJ
Avrnua, and an' Iho Hoiith .bvH
I I wviswkfiLriMrrAt't'16Mrw! '''//11I>1' l.r'I'lrm' ; and mrlp nf
h 1> I | | th. South: llnflbolnit
742,II' North of .the \\'.-.(.
After 20-0 Let-down Loss to RamsSuffering 'I ..rlj' f"i""nor/ of Oi" North

I 1t Prayer Before Voting Kluhlh,I.ht.or-. Htrort way tine and of...t..dlnll'aaIt I

from I' M. HJvhwar No. t In.
a relapse after their Although win less. Pahokee has melt caused a blocked punt and I I Third tier 4fl Avenue..* of .aald!leoI, atrip howovor. all.the,In

win at Fort Pierce and without an always dangerous quarterbackin Rams' guard Steve Halbrook .j By KENNETII MORSE the flora. Urantrat of Kl..la
the services of fullback Jerry M rk- I John, Pelt, and the Tigers will popped uP. the ball and ran 281 luind AIV
linger (nursing a knee injury). need to improve their mental at. yards to the goal-line/ Ray Sullivan Lord of my heart and! God of all nations, as I take up this All .Inlrmtud pdrtlca are Invllod
avoid booted the : I4i -I IN ballot and as 1 enter this booth I to give thee thank to allmid: and h' heard,
Martin County barely threatened mde Friday if they are to lust point pause listed thin J1r4 day of Orlober.BOARD ,
beyond midfield Friday in losing being the Devil first victim. Eddie Giffords i run back of f ) and to ask thy guidance/ I thank thee for the privilege that Uu. '

Dt home to Belle Glade 20-0. I' Buiky Holt, Belle Glude'i left Uck-offs and punts was t b is mine to share in shaping my community and my world. ntMMDWIONFH op rot; NTT OK

Merklinger, who has been sharing tailback, and Tony Latour quarcrback Brightest spot m the Tigers play'I I ear This is no ordinary paper I hold in my hand It is a symbolof MAitTiv 1 HUM. roLNrr.Hy *. A. wiACH.t FT.nRTOA,
the fullback chorea: with Ter. were the main thorns in The nearest they could get to the .e the government of which I am a part and a reminder of I'h.lrm.hATTE"T :

ry Rogers, will probably miss at '' the Tiger side last week. Holt Rams' goal-line was the 18yardline t my duty to cast my vote for a more Christian democracy. I MRfTHT: PrieRCPy Clerk"
least the upcoming Oct. 30( Pa- 'I' scored twice for the visitors, the midway through the third Put: o..t. U. IP84.I" .
hokee too, and Coach Bob' first time after the Rams had quarter I Let me see these names before me not merely as names
game ...
T'U ( 01 I
I but STY IHFra: (
YIi sir
whom I
as let look
personalities can judge as men; me
i marched from their 46 when
Collins will look to squad sophomores own Iv tdn "\URTn ('OUT\,
Tom Wyatt and Wayne he charged: over for a touchdown beyond their campaign/ oratory to the issues on which they IN tIAiHuist UKKWTATB
Carter to assist Rogers against the' From the 5 early in the second Murray High'sHomecoming stand so that I may choose those! whose! deepest convictions ':!! OF

plue Devils. quarter, and ran the extra point. I reflect thy Spirit. Help me to put Christian standards above CH4.llt.E8 W. Qt n'ALMAN,.._..,..... I
Holt scored again in the third Is. party loyalty, the welfare of all\ thy children above any localor 'OTf( F1 TO InkuTOae, '
quarter, when he 'took a pitchout sectional interests All rrrdllora of lh" .at.tef
: Help me to make every vote, even where Churl*. w. (4uatmu" dweaaml, an>
from Latour on t left end sweepoption the alternatives are limited a vote for thy kingdom hereby notified and required to fll.in
play and galloped M yardsto Set Oct. 30 anv rlalma, or demanda which ihsv
IT The kick failed on | I ask forgiveness not only for the unfortunate choices may have wtiniit.. aald.eatata In the
score I rrire or rte r-nimtr Judas
I The Ram third TD also in Murray High will celebrate i VI I have made in the past, but also for my failure to back up tin. (.found. Florida, In tba of court.Mar.

I the third quarter, came when a I Homecoming on Friday, Oct, 30, the men who represented me. When they waited to hear Mm (8 hon.> ralindar*' ftllaru. month. .Florida'* .from wllhln the dote nix

PAYSTO low snap to Tigers Rick Scam- 1 with afternoon parades In Stuart me. I was too busy. To their difficult problems I was often of th. first puhll atlnn of. Ihla no-..

, anti Port Salerno and an evening I i indifferent. I forgot to thank them for their wisest decisions In line wMIIna fcyh. claim and mint or demand main' the must Mara"bn

football game at Long Field when t I and yet 1 criticized them when I thought they failed me And! nf of rld. ".nc.. and ,mat office acMrIVrtTirn -..

OTIIER SUNCOAST RESULTS Monroe High of Cocoa will provide i I neglected to pray for them. to. Ih.b" .Im..t the "''Alman and!..must hi.. .ho...h.sworn. 01'
Forest Hill 7, Luke Worth 0 the opposition, hie:.hdoinrn; {, or it watt become road
The Uons will take a 2.4 record Therefore. let me never become cynical or despairing about f'nyheap
Vero Beach 12, Riviera Beach 6 into the ball game which starts those; whose names 1 consider now. For they are also thy rr h ;:,I L""'H.t\g no'a.
Seucrest 52 Port Pierce 0
at 8 p.m. I children. If they are elected by my vote and others,, wilt thou AAmtnhreinr. r.T.A. of
i Ih" .otRI" of ( .
'hartra W
COMPARE SUNCOAST STANDINGS The parade.. will Mart from the grant them. dear Lord a measure of thy great wisdom and! iualmnn' d..........,
( 23 Inclusive) I IUd. Youth Center In Stuart at ;2'30p HALM I KRAMfR S?. I l..ea pus in. the Tiger-Rama gume "* mercy because' the destinies of millions may rest In their hands 'nARY.sly: 55 in. CHART r. (.1'....a JURY

W L T PF PA .m. and move by way of Flaglir Friday while Johnny Wail) Jj, moves into blocking! position: Give them a sincere desire for righteousness und reaCt and the lnl I T.'I..t Nall..n.t. honk

i PRESCRIPTION Palm Beach .... S 0 0" 7 Avenue, East Ocean Boulevard courage to uphold our highest ideals 1'hullII.. O. .Ipnwpr $1

l forest Hill 5 (0 0 'R69 Georgia the old Avenue Web Ordway and Lake showroom Streetto : Although my vote is but one among thousands, it is still P1.5'.Nnsrt: (hl .III FlnI, S..... Lake Worth 4 1 0 61 47
, one vote and it be the one that decides the 'issue. So I
on South Dixie It will start may iv Tilt! '
Vero Beach,. I 3 0 70 85Sciicrest up t'01TI' J5 uw t'u' 1'111 fI"
PRICES ,2 I I 65 14 again at the Country Store in Port dedicate it to thee As I fulfill this my Christian duty* Mpt ;:.H.iln or Ins ("lit n\

Belle Glade :::: 3 ',0 61 60 Salerno and travel to Murray me to serve my family my neighbors, my church and my. '; rt.oslsns. }

Riviera Beach. I 4 I 34 60 High where It will disperse. community Mr RI1 R T: n. f"HII
Nine floats and five hands art >>I\'OTT. t
Martin t 3 0 :25 47
PARK County. ".......... i
be In the
expected to parade .' .
Fort Pierce '.. I 4 (0 41 HI I L t'w4r1\ ) 1 .sts'isnenCrowder TO ( RtUITOIK

Puhokee 0 4 0 18 46WOMEN'S I ---_-m -_ --- blarrrarrl. 1R I'narnlthdp sa..d of.
Call Bids For horohy .noilflrd and megiircd lo
PHARMACYDISCOUNT : coirWINNtRS I rile '"' 'Llm.' "r demand .'M" h
Reports her I.vo ,..
; NAMED mjv *aln.l "Id P. ,
In lh of the County Judmt
In Tuesdays play pf the Lady Three ProjectsIn High School News of Marlin C"iinlr, Florida, In Ihi
( DRUG STORE) rourilou.
Colters Association of Martin' On Annexation to In air (IH) at mionlar Hart Mortis month 'Ilh.frma

213 E. Ocean Blvd. County, Jessie Hlgbeo won the i Correspondent thl Its a"Tiof. th. ",., """"'-."on
low net over I 19 holes and Maggie the CountyBids ...".. ho In wrlllnw Barh claim and or muss rt.manl
Zihlman, took low puttt *4 Municipal GroupStuarts U'St..L : he.. l>la,. of r >ld-nr. and tmrt aiai off*
Over 9 blind" hole, Edith as + rOWniRPUFF RULES READ. fli, odd ream. of the rUlmant an<
AT 7-3201 for three Martin County '" to by ih..
.t..t. :;.
Harms finished first and Dot his Inl'
Me- Ma
Chi ire second projects will be opened[ at th City Manager Joe N The juniors held a class meeting will berom, veld ....5.5m.y...'dln. ,'e )nw.
I -- -. -..-- County Commission i regular meetIng Crowder concluding a year of Friday for the main purpose of (trlnh.r 11th' 1814.
on Nov 24 service on one of the Florida selecting Homecoming Queen can I ei'ARIINeie AAminl.tratnr' : U.nr rRJ/IN1 th.; paint.of ..
County Engineer Fred Bell was League of Municipalities' primary didates. The two girls to representthe Uarvarot n. Reared,
authorized Tuesday to advertisefor committees, made a report to the class are. Lilie Mae King and I "R"'lt (' ,1tMtARY
GOLFNew : largest convention m league his. Danette Baker ti,: roans Cnrt, ,,
(1)I) The construction of a sidewalk tory, Oct. 25-27, in Jacksonville, Also discussed' was the Powder. RIWil,1. ? Natln"; Rank

from Jensen! Beach Elementary according to Gordon T. Butler executive puff gume. to be held Saturday V ft lirawor 14

Martin County Golf & Country Club School north to Commercial secretary Nov 7 at Long. Field! The rule Pub Wnart.: not tee,Florida.Nov i, II 11. tart
LUCIE Street on the west' skle of Slate 'As a member of the committeeon and regulations for the game were .
rla"t..awl crealnl
Road 707 on a whole job and unit t annexation.. Manager Crowderhas read to the classMACAZINF rot.THR (nI.TY ji n :rcoinr.,
New Bridge la Beach i V.B. MANTIS"' Cel'Y'tl",
In "
basis participated a year of val Fl
(2); ) The widening of St Lucie liable research and analysis." Sec- IN iliilAllnTtlm
COMPLETE Greens Fee : DRIVE SFT 'T.'T' no'.
Boulevard by on additional four'I II rotary Butler aiad. Thorough l'O/lfItT: AL'm" I
18-HOLE COURSE $3.50 feet from East: Ocean Boulevard'I study of this major problem with The annual magazine drive \\'U.uAWA.
to,, Indian Avenue i II SMOIlltREIM I Buck Mauldin, Tiger quarterback, is thrown for are continuing efforts to acquaint the sponsored hy the junior class, will WOTIrR or rnnfl"""" .PIC'M-h."
ELECTRIC: CARTS ...... $6.00 for 11 HolM f$1.00 for 9 Hole ((2)) The purchase' of a new fI.. i I loss before I wall of unblocked Rams In Friday 20-0( loss general public with the facts and be held Nov. 19 through 30. By Nodes F/155; .la tnv 1L Nis 155(514

truck for Port Salerno Volunteer figures have marked the annexation covering all ports of the county, ha.. .. mad mv hereby final< return riven that a.. er. t
lire Department -- -- -- committee work as genuinely the juniors hope to excel lost erittor or the eatat, of DesErt:
MEMBERSHIP: year* sales. AnHtAN II A ,\
useful"Butler San. riled tnr putttloiTTnr .i dunr",: 7
MEMBERSHIP INITIATION FIE: ;$10000 fi. JAGUARS: PLAY ST. IUCIF Garbage Collection Policy added that the league button and for Onal' dlaeharKe an,

SINGLE MEMBERSIIIP ... .. ........... 80.00 AT LONG FIELD SATURDAY feels "a comprehensive report( of BETn.UI ELECTS that airy n..I.'II.'v..mbi. n it, 1151 I. .Mallor I ,wll;

DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP ................ 10000 'i' Stuart Junior this. kind contributes materially to New members of the Beta Club J: hnann,
10 PLAY BOOKS .............................. 30.00 j"" activity Saturday High Jaguar after resume a Explained at IndiantownApproximately the" orderly development of Florida were elected at a meeting Tuesday (S1/--1,Florida*!"".1" for ant approval for.> nn snl.of | .n

20 PLAY BOOKS ......... .._................ 35.00 wn.k" rest when they take on St. a urban growth" Students will be notified of their dl.'rt..IJ", and for final, diet

30 PLAY BOOKS ..........................._ 75.00 .. Lucie Junior High at Long Field I thirty Indiantown of 75 cents a month, but felt that MBMMMMWM-MMHM* acceptance during a tapping servIce m -R aaterutnr AWt .vx of the VTIUJAMharr will nf
at 7 p.m. They haul to St. l. icte at resident met with Jack Robinson! this should be an opium of resident Try-outs Coming in an assembly A student must spe O1R : ,
DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE COLT SHOP Fort Pierce two weeks ago by a of the Indiantown Company recently : *. On Variety Show maintain a 3.0 (t8)) average to be rMpdTtmfat ASK
MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS slim 6-0 score and will be looking ( to discus the companyt eligible for the club. fly.At: Truss 4n Mr.nREU.

MATT MOORE Pro. ROBERT M WILLIAMS, Mgr. for revenge Saturday new refuse collection polity Answering question concerning Date for the 1965 Variety ShowIn r..fcftet.: l s. No*Offlcrr. k, 11. 1*. ttf4
The student council will Robinson states> that the Indian a competitive service Robinson aid of The first President i- of the 1)).S. I
Dial 287-2274 a Halloween dance at Stuart sponsor town Company was making every slated that the I Indiantown Children Association County have Retarded been to be choice by a national convention : .sOT/55 K<.' : RD nf 11': seam TO :

.. .. .. Youth Center after the game. effort to prevent any increase in Company would welcome: competition set for Friday and Jan. wa Andrew Jackson. I Notlnt; ; la ben-hr el Hen that th4
-- "" .. .. .. .. --_ .- of refuse since the service baa been Saturday .ndamsianed Sad.' '". ProrlatonjA ,
coat pick-up and that this M (
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15 and 16 at Martin County Senior "ill '
effort provided In the a oVjTall. : Jf.Te'el'wUlir'llS,
was the\ reason for the new past a* a com
policy requesting residents to place munity necessity by the company High gym Vote Intelligently! Ct.rb for Martin? '". N't'U1&' r. \"t ta an. ]
alto he held ronnty. rlnrtda,
CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. garbage containers in front of at a loss.. He staled that a break the Try'4)Ul"ill at FOR A COMPLETEASSORTMFYT m..iM of e.e.f, ,f hnhlfrasM:"':..1
home for refuse' pick-up even refuse, operation, was all the school gym on Monday and SM.' enllea, 15. n.Utlou. ........ lot
Wednesday, Dec. 7 and 9, at a OFCURRENI'
Robinson hoped to attain Tin
also the company
stated that j7T.rr 5ifnn-HT
POLITICAL wit. Fixti.ad.
company was pleased with The problenw of ,
very dogs turning whleh, t will ran.. 'a basil
the acceptance of the eouiipany'iproposal I over garbage cans was alto brought CAPTION CORRECTIONOne BOOKS! NOW IN asst hole. mt prLnp.I.' ,dsr5

AMborfari by 93 per cent: of Indian. up at the meeting, and Robinson STOCK. VISITVALENTINE'S of Iv. bn.tn.w.,.. ''h.l 10 at..n"' 0 pSnr, MartS,Inm., (barn..:
CHRISCRAFT'SEA II" town's residential customers. He reminded the group that this situation young woman In the picture is -14 "..1.._ ., I. 0. x: to Uf ,;,
pointed out that the company should' be brought k the attention of the group at the Youth- no e/.arm eta., :=--:::..rd leiaa..b4 that Ih.n Is ant
SKIFFDEALER would be glad to make behind I of the Martin County Sheriff 22''banquet in The New for BOOK RECORD SHOP '"'.1_.
home for was erroneously identified. J. 0. telnAaT!
_a_slight. ..! __ .. *.... Department..! Isar, n v'. a If.. I
JOHNSON MOTORS iIIUNDERBIRD MATS m ___ _: .... On the left was Mist I Beverly 329 E. Orson Bbl a,sacs, flu ": Hletway
Snipes, Instead! of Phyllis Smithas DU 2S7-M03 p55.: (lee, ta. s.: a u. Ie. itfssnTnfN .

m-.J'BkATTURfes' .. "ft. ACCESSORIU ..1'/."."lilt-1'....*. "snd.e-T Nee."0 ._that_$.lb ijXTVrv..1 ..
Appointed ** lam. .q rleId.,
CountyA ;
WHITICARBOAT wii rrt-'.. ,,
'Ito" SERVICE r Y.rtls CMIIV,
for* AFI Martin County Beatification: be William E. AmiSIrr L M John- :0os :or frmnt mf .kNMlU.T.f f

\ kjJ. GRUMMAN MARINAAMRICA'S e.n.a.t appointed by son and William J. Griffin., WORKS \Ma awltr. Ik.. rktltl1'1' waw. In,

Chairman Wacha at TIKIdty's Wacha expressed the hope that "... Lake Off la.... A_... Port SrwalMAJUNE wine ww: Fn "X IT arms

County Commission meet when the btautidcaiun ot U. S.I RAILWAY FISHING TRIPS ..n.e....._, barb It.vta>,,o aw will Hri-wi...*.,.!...1_la)
FINEST UNM ln(. I to completed: such attractiveness CHRYSLERAMERICA'S .f S ..tma. lot "_ M,4, t',...
i The members> from each would be extended! la all .... Conan,. rta" that la. a.rtlI *.
one county
440 ROUTE 707, NO. I MARINE\ ENCfMT .bests. M -I 54 ""* a 1s.
county commissioner'. district, are: road v.rev r aed war.lRn nnntat
i Grant Chamberlain, chairman E heal R...eN.. I. s.-t"". n-wa{ Dial ATtaKfc WJ 'hers H_amt'-"oS.M e/bN Pi.i44_. .,4..that..,..
C. Wanhetm, David B. Irons. Jack: The median income of an fanv BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS STORAGE .-a 'a a.Mpngpwy.
\\illuunson. and Nathaniel P.RI4"d. limn reached a record $A249 m ActsX fee Al PfaMtw.' .... TnWtnaW arT rwwN'r-'itMIT:

.. Advisors to the board wilt 196) r.k> Del n. :4... i.. U. 18. 1M'tt




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Set on Friday, Nov. 6 THE STUART: (Tlorlda) \'EWS: 11s.rsday. October. 29. l4 7-A

t Keller

e 1t 1f 'Heart-y Eating' Is PALM CITY NEWS Given'

.t MRS.! ANITA WHmr CWnrnpondent 2"2I

r.'. Diet Course Theme ,, ..

,w s rot ,a'' .te Award

"'Hearl-y) Eating." a Snacks. consisting of foods prepared
on special I diet for ren proem I will\ be served.
bean oooJilit111111 be given Fti- I DavidV Keller. seventeen.i .
n ) des Nov. 6. In Stuart "The program has been set up i who never got around to loafing
r The Heart Association( Palm In an appealing fashion with the this part summer and worked u,

Beach and Martin counties i it sponsoring : idea of taking! the gloom out ofMHHS' student assistant 11lhe Mimmerprogram
r.:; the course on tow-sodium 1 and to present them as a t sponsored' bv lkM.a r t 11 !n
.' I challenge to the r County Board of P .Instruction
E \ i' and low-fat diet and weight: con ingenuity says
,. ; c. trol. The workshop will 'be held at Dr. E. P.. F\1I1 I \ : the Florida Power and Light Com2)6 of the Heart. Association's:. community from the Dairy ioum.il! of( South
: Florida' ,
service committee.Information .
3 Oceola
pany. Street ((0 a.m.
,,7 ""It to I2r.1: : p.m.Speakers will 'be presentedon I The ton of Mr and Mrs. John

on the program will the medical reasons for the
r I. I include a physician, dietitian and diets kinds" and amounts, of foodsto
,- Ui | home economist. The (program I it be eaten and interesting ways

r !i open.to the public. without _charge. _I to prepare l the foods.

r i iI

( ,i#
.,. 4 a) d Y ash Mrs. Murray Will Attend a z

. I Meeting to Boost State Tourism

I Mr*. Rosaleen Murray manager -- --

of Stuart Chamber: of Commerce r rmtirlr raar+-wvrs'.rl aaaswuWarranty r''
; t
will Join chamber representatives
s from all Florida' east coast Deeds
next Monday for a day-long It'" I I
ion on tourism. ,
Filed in WeekJohn
The meeting h sponsored by the AND MRS C. FRF.D FJVIF.S:
Tropicoatt' Tourism Council an I.I
active of chamber in the ,
iL L__ I four southern group coastal coumie A. Rains to Belford C. Farewell Party for Emes Family I

The invitation to participate Cox, Lot I, section I 1. St. Lucie i
OBJECTS OF ART mode from shell macaroni MB shells and pine cone are to he seen in the came at an outgrowth of earlier Park lul' display at Elliott Museum this week. Creators of part of the work are M..... David Shan lIe. Mrs. session on organi/ation\ of an Jackie W. Hampton lo William moving to California to make!. their Kirk hurt. toyd 1 ipps. Mrt. Julia I II '"
William L. Snowden and Mrs Karl Nordin.Art AIA travel group. United promotion [? Snowden. Property in St. Lucic home. They came here in I h t I ana and Mary.. Mr*. lane }{
of all east coa'oroule\ ;is to Estates. $13.800. spring. of 1950. In their sit year Florence and Jeffery Moody f"rlfrl.

be studied. St. lAicie Lands! Inc. to Allan here they have become good friends Barbara Kotclka Mvrlcn Mead, i
[ for Sale at Elliott Now Florida Development Commission H. Seclcy. toot 195 Sea Grate liar- and neighbor and will be missed.. (lay Jerome, Harold' 1 Burgoon, IAb.1V'Il
representative will present bor. $3,800.( A farewell party was held for. bona 1 bride, Mrs Hattie Marvin .t
their latest program. "Florida Fiesta Tal Talbert Leonard to The them Sunday k-t. 2h from 6 to Stephen Siren Mrs... Margaret Ho
Contest," to the executive 9 al the Kirkhurt home on man Mr. and Mrs. Frank (1r.... }
A display of crafts and a clothesline printing and textile painting Manyof Martin County Historical Society Congressional Corporation. Property p.m. : --- -- ----
and the and Mr and Mrs, Max
a progress report on Second Street. Mrs l"J Floyd
Kirkhart "
art exhibit are extra attractions an lot 105. Gomez Grant. S11,- 1>> ) W. KII.IrK:
the {Is
object are offered for sale. sponsoring the display. This
Florida" Travel Council division ---
for the remainder of t his I a new '((). Mr, Myrlen Mead Mrs Gay Jerome
I week at the Elliott Museum They are excellent for Christmas committee i is headed by Mn. )Roland of the Slate Chamber of I Martin Memorial Hospital! Atsoclution and Mrs. Anita" White werehoMeise W Keller 700( East Fifth Street
The crafts include work in ceramics gifts.The Dunn assisted by Mrs. George Commerce, will be e"or"\v" its to Wayne R. Page. Ids *. Kenneth Moore Shan' attended American L .
shells driftwood, block Fine Arts Committee of the Wait and Mrs. Ed Bohner. chairman, Lamar Allen, 8. 9. 10 and II I, block I, Olympia The home wa decorated with Fount Boy State, the /National Boy
- .-- ..... Palm Beach.Award. Plat /No. I. $!. (). attractive arrangement of flower To Be Minister Jamboree." I Ii in third year
I Murray Bloom et II I lo Albert and fruit hand at Martin l County High t
ContractOn Morrison. et al. Property in government Guest* who called and those Following the sermon at the School, and it a member of the
lot 4, section 24, township present were: Mr I and Mrs. Hill United Church of Christ (Congregational Science Club, tennis team. and
37 S., range 41 E. $24.000. Weas( Mr. and Mrs.I Carl: Black ) Palm City Sunday M ('JIIII.Tho .
New Section John T. Thomas to Allen W. burn Mr and Mrs. Clyde Sanders morning Kenneth Moore, son. of Dairy Council hut a con-
McCurdy Jr. Lot .5, block 20. JuplterTcquesta Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Burr, I Mr and Airs Floyd Moore. of I tinning program to honor school
Hunt Club Colony, Mr. and Mr*. Earl Hnman Vero Michigan Avenue Palm 1 City, age voting people In Martin County
Of Lake Levee section A. $12.300.( Heath; Mr. and Mr, Mark Taker I pledged himself lo study for the Nomination can he tent to
John Petrutvelli to Robert, O. Mr. and, Mrs.. Harry limmerman sacred' ministry I Mrs Marsha fiats IV10 Smith
I Award of a half million dollar Sabella. Properly in Goner Grant and Hecky: Mr. and Mrs !FverettChriniman j He is an honor student at Mf US I Thirty-fifth Siren, Fort Pierce.ai.al .
contract to continue the job of $100. Mrs June Inch: F.d: and" ,plans to enter /New College", IJ' 'l'IIT'S
raising the dike surrounding Lake George Preston Urqtihart to M. Sarasota. next fall r-:::
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Okeechohee was announced by theL I R. Nelson." Irt J. block :2, Highlands Kenneth
S. Army Corps of Engineers ;in I subdivision $&500. News'I : Is president of F.asternKF4NNKIII I : TIm LAW

Jacksonville: : M. R. /Nelson to George Preston Church
District Engineer Colored H. I Urquhiirt. .Property in lots 3 and
... R. Parfilt said a U I'ONO contractwas I", block 292, Golden Gale. $3,- I The District" : Youth Rally wa Don't leave: n motor v'h,. !Ie unattended ,
awarded to Reynolds and sex). held at the \)1111) ('hurdu r with the engine, nmront
... .. .....", q--... I, Smith Inc. of Moor Haven the I Sam Pompey V. lo Freddiei Christ 1 iCurigregaltoiial! ) Sunday says C'tif i COI l Pods. Jas J lyli cti
lowest of three bidden. JorJ4i< i,vie.LdrlOya.L.U.blck.A. I ,.Jbwll. afternoon with eighty-nne 'in attymlance > Stuart.
i" '!. ; I ing J.ffmile section 01' leveeon er Park. SIx( .. < .1 A spaghetti! supper vai I lie i quote the law which' slates,
... the "north shore of lake Okeechohce Joseph A. lip to Dorothy;: nerved by the Anna Laura Circle thai nn person driving or m .chargeof ;
I -furpose of raising the Berger l.ot.1.\ block A, Hub 'the program given by youth a n motor .
'I levees ii to permit the! storage of I. Height $1,000. of Union Congregational" Churchof : vehicle.rpf" a
,; 1(",,, ... a greater quantity of water in the Frnest F. Sulcer to Stephen O. I'' West Palm Beach concerned the 'r licensed; : 1 Uiiiverv
'\" .. ,\ ; I lake for UM during dry periods Bishop. Lots A/\, 7 and 8, block 5. i new nlonecr protect in the field! truck M ither
.1 (> 01' to dellel'vehlcl,.
-- - -- -' -- -'-' -- according Army Engineers Northwood. l.0on.I of Christian edncstlnn.

MEMBERS of the Woman's Club of Stuart making curtains for Some eighty-four mile of levees Thomas. Gouldman to George I The project/ I Is a four-Year program I shut) "permit U
around the lake E.? s l In km IYo'lInl'I I 4 s sa I 10 stand' unattended
giant have been umler which l lu''"t War
the Pioneer School at Port Salerno are left to right: Mrs. Hugh r1 1'Nr:0I..I! : :: ,
State Tax Take raised or are under contract and] 161 and Sound one Senior-High; Youth Irtvelcd I without'
Gawn Mn. James I. and Mrs. L. B. The curtainsare
Dulcy Tracy. ,
eighteen to twenty mile of levee Shore subdivision. 13.900.( In the Northeast on a religious first Hopping the
a club project for this year remain lo be completed. Upon Thomas L. Gouklman to George seminar. engine ,imf removing
Shows Big Gain completion of the levee enlargement I E. Sutherland Property In Iota ltot 1 his year they will travel the d the kr
project the water storage and 162.' /North Kobe Sound Northwest.Rev. .r I No vehicle I shall
capacity of the lake will .be increased Shore" subdiviiion SI. (IJO. I ho permitted to stand unattended
Mrs. Rutledge Reports About Florida lax collection on general eventually about! 300( \billion Paul Siefkrr et al to lnd r cn, W. r. Wilson,, and Chap. upon any appreciable grade. wuh!
sale and grows receipts tales the gallons, and the stage of the Inc. lots 12 through I 16. block 4. lain Gary Pvlen. will discus their out stopping he( engine and effee*
S 1st State Convention WCTU second quarter of this year were lake can be increased 'Irons the plat B of Indianlown. $100.( ) work In the "InmnieOut Program lively wning! the .brake thereon
I up 17.7 percent over the same existing 15J feet above mean tea Trustee of the Internal f Improvement and Alcoholism" at the Ann Laura and turning; the front wheel" lo
month In I9f>3. Motor fuel sale level to about 11.' feet MSL. I'und of the State of Circle.: meeting; Wednesday. night.' MOOR the curb" or able. of the street
Mrs. W. A. Rutledge vice prts- her. In the afternoon she hrouhll tarn were up 4.5 percent: : and A* a part of the Central and Florida. to Russell M. Wright. Aparcel The circle meets at Mrs. I Ida District United Church. Youth Fel -- -- --
dent of Stuart W.C.T.U.. attcndas greeting to convention members motor vehicle and operator' license Southern Florida Flood Control of submerged nd5.In the Williams' home. (ktwsMpi: treasurer of Stale Youth' MISSIONARY CROUP; "
as a delegate the eighty-first and on Saturday presented the later were up 35.2 percent according Project (thi* contract call for St. Lick River In township The Women's Fellowship' held' Fellowship was a delegate to the MKI IN:' fU.nlY.
tale convention of the Woman' "United Progress to a report I issued by the U.S.Ik"art".nt 3H 5.. 41 E., containing National .
ten-year J.R'lt: : building the dike from a point range t and play Oct 21. IMh Youth Forum, WanhingIon. The Woman's Missionary" ,1oelety -
of Commerce supper
Christian Temperance U a i o It. | I about" two miles northeast of the 2.56 acres more or .let*. $.... .were In the Spanish" theme./ he D. C.; I le on the nominating of the Palm I City Baptist" < J
hich opened Thursday Oct. 22, Saturday afternoon the youth Prepared by the Department' KlMummee River for a distance of I 26A8.1. play was' eninled "Ihe, Spanish conifiiiitee" of United Church bard, Church met Monday evening al
or a three-day meeting at Day. program was. presented and Mrs. Bureau of Census, the report shows 7.6 mile to /Nubbin. Slough I InOkeechohe Joseph' If. Poff ,to Richard! O. American: People Speuk" P.lin City: president of National 6 o'clock for a covered don" sup
y. state president, presented goal Temperance Council: officers. in general sales and gross receipts Some 1,740,000 cubic tenet In property In lots tA. and Member of Marion' flak and Club; president of Air Fxplnren; Member attending were Mr,
rt keeping with the "National/ Unit- The convention closed with a lane during April May, and I sand will be excavated trot of Z, lame Holmes aubdivision, and Anna Laura Circlet, which com (iinior counselor, of Acacia Chapter Jessie Davis, Mrs I ranee: low,
d Progresi." banquet. Mrs. Too/e !spoke o I n June this year; $39 million In dike and for tree island the submerged lal1In! the Indian River prise. the fellowship" had parts In of DeMolay! ; a represeniitlve I*. Mrs.. Puullne Crew*, Mrs. 'Doris a
to be
Greetings were brought to theToup ")tIN Up. Women." She said "al motor fuel sale taws; and 116.2 : lakewird of the levee constructed and In section 22 and 23. township, the play. There were' seventyonein Mulay, thus highest .award and Van Tuinen Mrs Barbara (lie, .
by Mayor Owen Eubank, cohol is our third health problemand million in motor vehicle: and operator' the contractor will have 395 calendar 37 S., range 41 R. I 11.000.) ) ..I..ndlnlSchool. I an" Invited guest of Union Conreaalional r.awr. Bell', Mrs. Reenle
)r. Lilburn Mosley! president of first social problem; we must license taw day to complete the work. John D. Leslie to Gen J. IC... i :...- Cliurch. West Palm .: Bell Mvtn.. Mr*. I
ho Ministerial Association and Dr. educate legislate and create pub Marion A Leonard Director of beach!, on a religion* and hlstorleal > Ol* Kin,. Mrs. Mary 'I'tli'lr Ilin"
'. T. Welshinger principal of the lie sentiment of total abstinence. the Commerce Field Office In ADAM division.perM, ; 43$I,JJO.crossroad Ifill sub NewsPrincipal seminar trip In .the Northeastern ,. Mrs Betty Kimlherg. Mrs
j igh. school for all. Miami, says that for the year ENTERPRISES State this summer. Irene PenJarvts Mrs Helen" Wat.son. .
ended June 1964. the State PLANS! RIG Pint Herbert W. Ma to June"
The march of all collected Mrs Mark Baker Mrs. Libby Shamhlin. Mr.
county preiient block Kennelh'tpast
total of 112.... million in AT PORT SAUKNO M. Fowler. lot II. 12
from all over Florida and RF.COMMENDFD FOR a Rodger Chancey an. advisor. In tic Palm City United Alice Yingllng./ and Mr !tire
en a one-minute report by each LIBRARY BOARD POST! general sales and gross tKli".sIt' Application has been mad. to 4, North .River !Shore sub nounced that student ticket* Mall Church. ; ('. M. Knudson, chairman Shaw/ ,
as inspiring, Mrs. Rutledge said. Tho County Commission agreed taxes, percent than a year the Department of the Army by division.< $6,000.Ransom iholaii. game can "be purchased of I the hoard; Mrs Winifred r
million in R. TllUHl to William
earlier motor PVR.OVAL1
Mrs. Margaret Baze. Loyal Tuesday to recommend to Governor fuel taUt 5.4 percent more and Adam enterprise. Inc.. Route. I, T. Gass. Lot 12. 13, 14 and the each. al the school fur 50 cent I Mead, his !Sunday school' teacher
remperanc* Legion director 0 fhl1dren. Ferris that Miss lean Box 532A Stuart for a permit his/ "parents; Chaplain Gary Peters:
Bryant $83.6 million in motor vehicle west intt I feet of lot 15, Mark 6, Ernie Hitbee. Jacksonville
her ad- to construct pier and to The Health Department has ..
Mrs l
brought great Roos be appointed a trustee of place Rio Lisle ta senior high"
and license 28.1 St. Terrace Addition
operator' : taxes spent' WednestUy "
antement in all the children'! Martin County Library Board to mooring pile In Manatee Pocket been giving eye tents to all\ CouiMckir. and Rev W K. Wltstin" overnight with
No. I I. $J.OiiO.St. hi.
percent more.Minimum the E. L.
ork and challenged the women fill a vacancy created by the recent westerly shore at applicantserry. prop Lucie BuiUert Inc. to Charles dent. ICu.I' all placed Iheir hand upon Ken parents IIlibe"-
o greater work next year I resignation of MIL John W. for in kits* II. I 19 and :20 Commissionert R. &had. Lot 26 Revised Plat Mr*. Wilma ChaJlanclft' *. neth' bowed head a* he knell M,. and Mr. Mark Baker art
The national president of W.C. Stoke Age Subdivision of the No. 2 of St. Lucie Park. $16. (OU. Jean McOung and Mrs. Ian/ before the altar, Rev, Wilson and home after a week' visit In Tow
.U., Mrs Fred J. Tcoze from Youths Working Hanson Grant near Port Salerno. Lillian C. Cooine Uy: et al to Daniel attended an Interesting Chaplain Peter each gave a pray' eatoo Ala., with friend and
he headquarter i in Evanston 111. ATTEND DEANERY MEET: I It I I' proposed to contract a pier Howard F. Comiw. Lot 7 and I, meeting of Hi-County: Council: Parent er vt blessing asking. thai; Goal span relative
rrived Friday afternoon and was I In AgricultureFlorida !. eight" feet wide extending 120 block Teacher Association at Indian- I .b1, htsiowed upon him.rVlTRTAI.VI .
4 port Salerno. $100.
retted al the airport by the mayor Father Jan Janutzewski. Mr*. E.KinseUa fed Into the waterway from an town Oct. I I' Mr* Martha Whittle .ha. return
nd a host of other to welcome president of St. Joseph Industrial Commission ex Wing bulkhead along applicant', Manning; L Keen to Keen Development TOinil ed front a thr........ visit; withrttotivwf
Guild. Mrs Olin Booth Mrs. Alex Chairman Ronald & Spencer Jr. Ugh-water. shoreline with an L> Company, lot 24, block Prj"IrOllie.' .,. three" teacher CROUP In Jacksonville and IVtusvill
Raphd. Mrs. Carl Turner Mrs.Frank pointed out that the Slat. legit bead extending shad. 220 feet hi 17, Booker Park. I22.WW.( *. Mlle' Anita !Stewart Mrs. Jane *.
Fred U. Raynor to Harry R. Wallace, and Mrs. Nancy Craw. FfWsevening... ., Oct 2J. Mrs.
HOSPITAL AUXILUKV Ghiotto, Miss; Helen Iltilokoy. Mure set a 1 "'""'far-old age a northeasterly, direction. The
BOARD MFCTS FRIDlY Mrs. Margie Pine, and Mrt. minimum for employment of children deck of the. pay would be about Pumpkin and) Ruth M. Torn,* ford and two officer of rrA- Maydelw, Moore ensrttanied. the Mts. Jan Each spent. ten day
Helen Kubia! attended the annual working in agriculture: during .1.' feet above mean high, wsirr k in., hue wife, a* aa prate. by t iheeniuety. Mrs. Velrna High, and. Mr. Wilma United Church Junkie' High" Youth. III Hollywood with friend
The Woman Auxiliary of Mari meeting of the East Coast Deanery school hour and this applie. There would be nine three-loot : Lot 6, 7 and I, Rio !St .1 C1aa1l."'.... with cafeteria "per Fellowship with a Iallowemjw r* ,
Memorial Hospital will have of the Dioceus: Council of Catholic aho to migratory worker twenty-five-foot by Lucre Terrace Addition No. I, _I. Mr*. Nettle Schnurbuscli ry at her "home. She war asaisieil. Th Clay Jerome are back for
board meeting on Friday. Oct Women al Decay Beach onThursday Spencer: said dial children may from the finger rhoreward pier side extending I 2400. I and Mr. Myrtice EldrUge. who I: .by.. Lire Virginia' Wilson.Guests i the wlntet from Andover. Onto.Mr. .

UX at 10 ....... in the conference" Oct. 22. Mrs Julius legally work in agncnitur outside of the Mtead. There would .to flf- ''1' Howard S W. Preston Sr. to I make tip ho evaliMiiiin committee;. I huhhed for apples, play' and Mr. IXwiald Anderson
oom al the 'hospital. Dernske deanery president at t of school hours or on weekend teen mooring pile placed in a UM/ : Janus Miller. Ids 9J2 and 933 i i for the cafeteria met Thursday al I ed game* and danced.PiiM .. and family of Cocoa were Sun
On Monday. Nov. 2, the reguu former Stuart reader*, presided. and holiday. But. Iao cautioned if parallel to and forty-f. feet from ,;.i'i block 41, Olympus FUt No. 4. II the k.....)>). were awarded lo Joey 1 day guest of t the H.rry Tlmmer.
auxiliary meeting, with proram. After the morning' session at Trop they are under inters their place the ehannetwatd' side of the. Lhead. 'i$5! aChesler 1 I The PTA met Tuesday. Oct. 27' lll'''''''. most origin. costume; man Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin
will be held at 2 pj" hi II. ical Acre the group attended Mare ia in the school room when school It i fa also.. proposed to place ''. C. Underhill to H C. I "nuking final preparation for IheHaOoween reds. Roby, most creative;; (' n- and family, Alined them for din'
... communiry room at the First. at St. Vincent Ferrer Church. A ia in session.JUMOB twenty-four finger peen (pacedtwentyfive M. "...... All cX section /lo and :! carnival, to be Satan tHe Pc..., \best talent .In talent .,.,... I ner.
alional Rant I t luncheon followed feet I] and the CVi of section 16,1 i ...y. Oct. II.I starting at 5 p.m I I the Rev W
Judge* were E WU
extending '
COLLTCET from town 31 S.. range 37 E. 120120. Judging. of costumer win begin al Principal Rodger Chancey cele
the existing bulkhead. Eacfi and
ton Chaplain Peter
.fCKD RFCTJVKS I THEY IflDE; II ..L1OARA9The I T : corn M KlEACHUt pier would N ...... feel wide by i I I Wallace E. lid lo Fred T '' list fhrrt. win. be ait ". -.hot1l (Other Gary "heated bis birthday Oct.' 26. Happy"
51R'I'I PtAQl'ECarl EXAM ..Jos*. UK 19 and 20, block: O'' ales and Vs shoal prim awarded attending" were Judy' Ana'" btrtbdayl,
feet \ :I
twenty-five long. There would.
Florida SUM Turnoika A. !! ClevelafMl Moor I Angle Cunningham.. George
Becker franchised dealer thorny refuse so allow the eree-' Indian River Junior College ha be ..,. monnng fttt placed be- '' AddilMis to Paint dry,, coffee among will other 6e served Baked in good the; "eats and! Pale,. Rebecca TUnmennan. and patch Moody, Tampa, upent

'or AoouauoMi and Zenith hearing bOIl of outdoor disptay along the I' been designated a* a ant center awe,. each finger pier. I $500.Neal M, aWgr all Henry kyle and hut dog and drinks will D h<*ah C'eciLRefreshmenu Tuesday overnight with kit/ par
aids and a Fort Pierce: INdent Sunshine SUIt Turnpike rigtii" <. for administering Ik National' GAS- A. Ckiidm et aL Tract J. Moci ,: be al the snack" stand. of candy liven, inn the Ed KvklUn
for the past seven year*, baa I ,..,. When sch aign an ereearst Teacher EusmmatjOM on Dee. 12, RF.fIr.D: : .,. St. Loess lakt Farm cwrcake* and Juice
$)4>ou.Hugo I went Mr. and Mrt. Paul Andres, Coy
(jut rom the Zenith awarded a sconce Aid plaque Company I the landscape, crew' plant fast Charles W. Sampfe dean of Mvdcflt GIVEN 10 IKKnTAL I Warsusski I* Frwto II.Warwns4L Terry IJtStciatt broke ki.* kg i ii. served, "Ualon. Va.. spent newel deyw
for .hi. outstaitdinc Hearing. tcrviec growing Australian Pme to bide personnel announced. AH gne and fish. seized by' of. I lM 31 and) 32. "Hack. In' foMbaN.. praclko Mianday.Oct wfi Mr and Mrs. Floyd Moore
10 the hard of the cffecfmneu of the displays, --- floors of UM Game A Frenl Water 31. Coleus Gate. IIJOOO.SJvaiore I I I'. lie was *. Martha Memorial Rrr. W. E Wilson and Cha -
Becker heannf four pstbuc Some people board alto 4oflm flub CMMWMM k COWMCUM Contiikrnta .. Cecil Honoiial for a few day \but i M at lam" Gary pttrr win rrpr! '" ni the Frver-carrying ticks and gmNdoubt
serve a ..kl i ia xtcO known in Mantua game tl Meek bane gosr win h* tmrnoMefor gMMsr Stuui a) and trifle tlM coat of Mil'*
h Ie..war...... phe.snrt for *tockk>t of server snip make' The t coin worthadore area htwpitile" o.bariabN It. RM St. Each iulNlmxBa. |.v, rwo or three week He .to aa.* wood disirkf. convMMioai .fa llolhro I mat protein m area* wins they
a* anetal dIM .
money 'OG. losi of It* FtaaJ. LLllkkdaacsrp FrWajr, i., ttochecked.II .

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*. THE STUART (FlaNEWS? TlH I div, October 29 14 IIJII! IIIT ,_ .11I." U '!II -" I'r ,<>i .,...*.',*-i,,. 1
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SIRS MARY BROWN, Comipondent AT 7-2996

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Robert S. Hill

PTA CARNIVAL OCT. 30 pea of crab imperial and beat

Taken by DeathRobert 1 The Port Salerno Elementary salad
School Parent 1 eat her Alli liai : Others ui toy mg tne dehghttu
,. i lion carnival will be held Friday dinner were Mr and Mrs. William

S. Hill eighty.five, well Oct. 30 at 6 p.m. on the school Papa and! Mrs Adolph Regli
known for his motorcycle riding grounds. I The second wedding anniversary

and for his donations to the Mar. Several games will be held In of the Wade Bolings and the

tin County High School sports the classrooms Bobbing for apples sixth wedding anniversary of the
scene, died of a heart attack Wednesday P and a surprise feature will be John Eichelmans were celebrated.

added to the entertainment this j After visiting friends in West
He had been a resident i here year. Hot dogs soft drinks, coffee Palm Beach and Miami the Bolings -

i : for sixteen years pie and cake will be servedin will return to Port Salerno.
4 Ho suffered the fatal attack the cafeteria

while repairing a TV antenna. A cordial welcome is extended cmr cum
i A native of England! he was an
( 1 American citizen serving in the to everyone in the community to three month
After a trip through
Army in World War I as an ignition # y. t come out and enjoy an evening the western states which covered
: s of fun for young and old
thirty-four yean y 10,000 miles, Doris Randham bat,
:44 he k dt.fror Consolidated Edison v. The next PTA meeting will be returned to her home m Port Salerno .
in Flushing, N. Y. I held Nov 5, at 7:30( p.m. in the She visited her brother in

d rs He is survived by a brother, school cafeteria. This should proveto Weiser, Idaho, her sister in Los

James, and a niece, in Kent, England be a very interesting meeting. Angeles, and had a delightful timeI

At his own request, there Mrs Bettye Rogers has planned I on a salmon fIShing trip in Washington .
f : were no formal funeral services. a parent observation day of the 1 .
? S S Y classrooms for this week. The I
chosen parents will tell what they Mr and Mrs Jim Kelleher from
NANCY 1U.RRLNG HONORED at a house on their seventieth wedding
surprise open observed in the classroom\ during Gntlith I Ind. returned to their
Nancy Herring, sixty-eight, of anniversary Saturday afternoon,, Oct 24, are Mr and Mrs. Charles a full day of school as well as '" *.arse lucsday after a two-week

., r a"rI Indiantown Road Stuart, died at H. Brannan Seminole Ave The party was given by their daugh eating in the cafeteria with the ; visit with Doris Randham
her horne Oct. 26 ter-in-law Mrs. Julian Brannan and Mrs. M. P. Nelson! at the children "Fuel For Our Future
She was a native of Brandon Ncbon home on S. St. Lucie Blvd. The Brannans have lived Adults' will be the topic for the Mr and Mrs. Jack Valentine,

ville, Pa., and had lived here three in Stuart for twelve years coming here from Baltimore, Md program.An who own a winter home here, are
making a via automobile to
weeks She is survived by one son, where he wa associated with the U. S. Customs and Immigration executive! meeting will beheld California before returning here
David Herring of Stuart, two Department Monday, Nov. 2 in school
daughters, Mrs. Alfred Weikel of the winter. 1 hey spent the
cafeteria at 2:30: p.m. summer at Freeport, Long Island
# Ringtown, Pa and Mrs. Otis Fish. ,
', r''''' er of Malvern Pa; four brothers, -W'" l'1i' r'" T 'W'I r IIIf where Captain Valentine has been
eleven and five SOUTHERN METHODIST dome chartering on his boat, "Mil-
grandchildren. HOBE SOUND NEWSMRS. CHURCH NEWS tee Won." Captain Valentine is
now among our retired citizens, at
Services and burial will be in The least
annual Sunday school picnic temporarily, until perhaps
Brandonville, with Johns Funeral EVA CAMPBELL, Correspondent 546-3911 of the Southern Methodist the "boating bug gets him again
Home In charge of local arrange Church was held Saturday after.
S n ments. Mr. and Mrs. A Irwin of Ashc-
the .
noon at Sandsprit Park. Over
s ville, N. c., arrived last week to
pat-4 x t I 100 members and guests attended.
I b ROBERT JAMES TOMPKINS CofCReviews Work Softball, badminton football and spend the winter season at their
r6h home
on East Seminole Avenue.
:#1 r, Robert James Tompkins, fift). : other games entertained the large
eight, of Twelfth and St. ucie group during the afternoon followed Mr and Mrs Chester Allen of
I by a wiener roast in the New Gretna N. J., will be
Street, Palm City, died in Martin spendmg -
Memorial Hospital Tuesday, Oct I Elects New Officers evening the winter in their home on
27, following an extended illness Several members of the churchin St Lucie Avenue
Salerno attended the
k, He was a native of Charlotte, i "Project
Mrs. Madeline Pedersen
The annual general meeting of the members of the chamber He America II Rally" held in the Com now
N C., and had lived in this area residing in Orangcburgh, S. C
::4 for five years. Me was a member. the Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce congratulated them for their devotion munity Church at Lantana Tuesday called her family Sunday from,

of the Stuart-Jensen Lodge 1870 waR held on Tuesday,. Oct to this work. evening Wilmington Island, Ga. Mrs Pedersei .
l)1 4
0 f 5 f y i of the BPOE and a member of 20, at the civic center building. At The remainder of the meeting The Men'. Evangelistic.! Team is .. and the Rev Lynn Corbett,
$ P p Lebanon Lodge No. 7, Washington this meeting the community was was devoted to the nomination and holding a twenty-four hour prayer president of the Southern Methodist -

r y .s f a t D. C, which was founded in given a review of the accomplishments election of new officers who will vigil starting Tuesday at 7 p.m. College in Orangeburgh were
r/9' A S'f 1 1811\ He is a Scottish Rite Mason of the dedicated group of be inatalled at the next meeting with prayers for our nation and in Wilmington to organize a South.
I 3 r 3 and a Shrmer people that has made up the chamber They are:George Grimm president; its leaders. ern Methodist Church. For her

I Pt AVv Mr. Tompkins is survived by over the past two yean Dale Maids vice president; Judy The Missionary Society Circle many friends here, Mrs. Pedersoni
lFt e f his wife, Bertha Jane, of Palm Outgoing President Dr William Duxberry, corresponding secretary, I met Tuesday afternoon at the address is 142 Union Street
'tf dI City, one son, Robert James Tomp. G. Myers was honored by a statement Millie Malocsay, recording secretary home of Mrs Florence Bullardon Orangeburgh, S. C.
kins Jr of Park Forrest, 111; one of appreciation for his leadership and Unwood Woodbury, Sixth Street Devotions were
daughter, Mrs. Roberta Jane Mere from the community at treasurer given by Mrs. Jennie Wilbar The Entertained at dinner by Mr.
I # Vn t dith of College Park N. Y.; one large, a* well as by) a standing ovation i The board of directors is made story "The Bars of Fellowship"was Adolph Regli were Mr and Mrs.
Y cs' brother and two sisters in the from the general membership.Dr. up of Bob Kelsey, Oscar Bloom, also read by Mrs. Wilbar. Mrs Dan Frances and Mr and Mrs
4 a has served Trula Osborn gave the lesson on H, H Cooley of Pompano Beach
I It north, and five grandchildren Myers a* president Carl Duxberry, Semone Vmburg, ,
Corinthians 1. and
Chapter Mr, and
A4t + Funeral services will be held at for two years.Some Don Barkheimer, Tom Gouldman) Mrs M K, Rosen-
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planned of
f t the W. Soldo Lillian gren Riviera Beach. Mrs. Ros-
,Y / W Chambers Funeral of the accomplishmentscited Tony Siegfried and
in front
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port engren is Mrs Reglis! sister
Home in Riverdale, Md. Burial are as follows: Dr. William G Myers. office in Port Salerno !

MRS. WILLIAM HOWARD BAIRD will be in Lincoln Cemetery John ((1)I) The securing of a Chamberof Inasmuch as it was National We wish to extend a warm welcome -
Funeral Home i ill in charge of Commerce building which will Will Dedicate ,
Bible Week, the hostess asked each "back home" to the following ,
Held New local arran l1Ientl! be used at a welcome station and Welcome StationHobe who have returned
Ready-Baird Nuptials in Jersey one to )present her favorite book to their
:, is a general chamber business of- of the Bible: Mrs. Trula Osborn homes here for the winter easoni;
t; RAYMOND LEStER CARLISLE flee Sound's Welcome Station Mr and Mrs. William Colonel ,
chose John; Mrs Ellen Witham, Papa
The marriage of Hum Judith bridegroom, was best man and I The bride I.i a graduate of Mill. ((2) Creation of a new brochure will have open house! and dedica Psalms;, Mrs. Genevieve Merritt, M. W. Hale, Mr and Mrs":
of Mr. and the following ushered: Lieutenant I burn High School, Millburn, N. Raymond Lester Carlisle, sev the assets of the Karl Markwordt
advertising area
Anne Ready), daughter tion Nov. 9 through 14. Exodus; Mrs. Naomi Huusenbauer! / and Mr and
Bernard L llynn Jr., USAF of J., and Laiell Junior College, Au- enty-one of Port Salerno died in Mrs
In a manner never attempted in A. Victor
Mrs. Remsen Ready of 29 Great I Martin Memorial Members building committee psalms; Mrs. Jennie Wilbar, John, ;
leaneck N J.. Christopher Gin. burndale, Mass. Hospital Saturday the cr.oe
Hills Road, Short Hills, N. J. and gras of Parnlppany, Peter Ward The bridegroom U a graduate Oct. 24, after an extended (3)past) Increased membership and of the Chamberof and Mrs. Florence Bullard, St Mr and Mrs. E. Rodenbaugh

JUe Malll., to Lieutenant Wit Pdlman of Newark, Richard Ford of Martin County High School, Illness.H greater participation! \ by businesses Commerce are rushing! to completion Matthew the refreshments nave returned from Brevard, N.C,
liara Howard Baird USAF, son of of Moorestown, Captain William Stuart. and Ablation Cadets, HarImgcn was a native of Avalon, Pa., by renewed interest accomplished painting, and repair of the Following served meeting The
new budding location on U. S. 1 were Buddy and Pat Gilllard i l \
USAF of Mt Holly, Captain AFB lex. Ho i Is a lieu and lived five
Meyer here He
Mr and Mrs. Clarence YewcU years was through personal contact a a dplanned at Poinciana Gardens. The next meeting of the Circle family has returned to live
Richard Fannon USAF of tenant attached the 40th Air in our
to a veteran of Work! War I and
t breakfast
Saturday meet-
Baird of 402 Orchid Boulevard, will be held Nov. t 17 at the homeof community They
This is the culmination of are making their
Browns Mills, and Lieutenant I ew Transport Squadron at McGuire member of Vogel I.Lee Post 47, a
Melbourne, took place Oct. 24 at t is Eversmcyer, USAF, of Willing- Air Force Bas'*. He I Is a member American Legion of Lake Worth ings.(4) A review of the entire zoning dream by the chamber which has Mrs.Avenue Rosa Quigley on Seminole home on Horseshoe Point.

4 pm, in Chrwt Church, Short boro, N. Y. of Dc Pofolu). for twenty-two years. He was else of the Hob Sound area An been completed by the leadership Welcome home to the Kobansof

Hills, N J. The ceremony was per. r r ,f a member of the Presbyterian upgraded zoning plan for better of who iu president, Dr. W. G Myers, CIVIC CLUBS MEET Banyan Drive in Hibiscus Park.
formed by the Rev. Dr Herbert Church in Avalon, Pa. planned community growth, has introduced' the project eighteen
H Cooper, rector of the church. for Johnson He is survived by hit wife, EdithJ. been completed. months ago The building has The Horseshoe Point Pioneers Mrs: John Ross of Pine Street,
A reception followed the ceremonyat Republican Carlisle, of Port Salerno. ((5) The leadership required in been secured under a lease! from Club will hold its first' meeting of Hibiscus Park, has as her ,houseguest

the Rock Spring Country Club, Johns Funeral Home is in charge providing for the youth of the Maulta Company and the chamber : the season Tuesday Nov. (0( Plans for a few weeks Mr. Betty
i West Orange, N J. Talked at Bank Meeting of local community recreation facilitiesand has an option to buy it for the coming year will be discussed Gism of Highland Park, N. J.
Dr. stated that the
In arranaemeltts.'Y Myers com .
who to shape
The bride was given organizations help
pletion of this shows
",11II project
\ marriage by her father, wore a Florida can be the deciding factor kennedy with Johnson which hat and the mold character This includes can be done when a tommunity The Coral Gardens Civic Association Coffee for
of silk faille CARD OF THANKS sponsoring of both the Boy
princess gown Ivory) .
resulted in Johnson well works toward will hold its next! meeting
designed with an Empire waistlineand in. the coming election, former being Scouts and the Little League baseball together a common
i prepared to handle the presidency ,- Wi wish to thank all friends Sunday, Nov. 1 in the community
with Senator Cain of teams well
cathedral train scalloped Republican Harry as as planned rocreation Mrs.
/ ho raid.Speaking and room of the Firs National
.P heirloom cathedral neighbors for the many cards,
now being developed
edge. in talk
Washington implied a
Bank in
of Cain flowers, telegrams and all kindness goal.Steak ) Stuart
j length mantilla was of re-embroidered Humphrey, ((6)) The planning and maintenance I
of for
Alencon lace She carried' a group Republicans said that ho should becomo the shown during our bereavement of the beautiful planted mall Dinner The Hibiscus Park Civic Association than 100 guests attended
Johnson in Stuart lust Saturday most effective and constructive vice in the loss of our dear mother, a coffee
a bouquet of Eucharis lilie and : In the shopping area on A1A This has planned a card party on Friday Oct. 23 be
lcphanotis.. Cain, now a resident of Miami, president in U. S. history. "Hum Mrs Miuarme Dallas. This will always was done in conjunction with the to be held Monday night Nov tween the hours of 9;30-11 1:30: a.m.
Miss Carla Baehr of New York admitted that he is a Conservative: phrey can. think rings around any remain with us as a precious Jupiter Island! Garden Club. Plans Honors OMC 23. Mrs. Edwin Moran and a committee at the home of Mr. Ernest Hig-

City was maid of honor and the "Taft Republican. for Johnsonand duane group of "'brtunn' that you memory. have been made to extend this mallto are in charge of the event bee on North Reilley Avenue, Palm

bridesmaids were the MIMKS Wilma Humphrey can got together, he declared.Ctiin Edna Dallas Miller and Family the beautiful new post office City.
'I for Johnson deplored tho "mud-iling- building OfficialsA The Port Salerno Firemen will Mrs. Higbee was the hostess
Ccro) of Millburn N. J., and ant a Republican .... .
Jean Atwater of New York and and Humphrey, he declared, Ing" that has become a port of the ". r ""-I ((7) Being the sponsoring body I bold a buffet supper Saturday, 6 I honoring Mrs Isabel Evan, who

I Mrs. Christopher Gingras of Par. 'because these! men have more campaign, stating that it tend to for the dedication of the new post steak dinner was given by p.m. at the firehouse i is the Democratic candidate for
I sippany, N. J, and Mrs Peter to offer tho American nation! than lake minds off the real issue. Number 7 Is office This has been termed one Mr and Mr. Ralph Evinrude on Attending will be Port Salerno supervisor of registration of Mar.
Ward Pillman of Newark, N. J. any other team of candidate in The group which tm addressed of the most successful dedication. Oct. 21 in honor 0 f Outboard firemen members of the auxiliary tin County
I The maid of honor and attendantswore the sixty-four" years of the twentieth In the community. room of the The BombAmendment ever held in Hobe Sound with the Marine Corporation officials, fol. and their families. The guests enjoyed coffee, pat-
long gowns of russet silk brocade century" First National Bank consisted of entire community participating lowing a three-day conference: with Everyone asked to bring his tries and a chat with the honoree.
i with fitted empire bodices and Cain stressed the importance of twenty-six persona Frank Wacha, I .((8) The formation of an incorporation Evinrude board chairman. own table service.: They came from all sections of

I modified sheath skirts Their Dar tho office of vice president, stating chairman of the Johnson for President i feasibility committee The dinner was held at t h Chamber of Commerce of Port Martin County.
I headdresses were bows of matching that it was Eisenhower i who Committee in Martin Coun which will be reporting at tho end Evinrude Polynesian Hut, and Salerno will hold its next meeting Mr. Higbee' present Mr .
brocade They carried bouquets sensed the importune of the of. ty, introduced the speaker of the next chamber year. included local friend who also at the fin house, Nov. 12. Evans with an appropriate gift
t of orange and gold carnations fire and gave Nixon many opportunities Martin County Civil Defense ((9) The development( of closer wished Ed Lawrence manager of engraved with the date for remembrance
and chrysanthemum and bitter to become an active member Is urging passage of Amendment liailOlwith the Committee of 100 the Evinrude interests here, a FAMILY CELEBRATION of the occasion..
I sweet i of the executive team. Farm Authorities No. / which adds a new sectionIA in an attempt to help this com.nutmty "happy birthday1: HELD SUNDAYSeveral
i Robert Baird, brother of t h This policy was employed! by 1 to Article XVI of the Florida become more active in securing OMC officials included William : T_ Learn Monitoring Constitution and is to be votedon industry of the type that C. Scott, president J. L. Rayniak I birthday and! wedding who each year become widow

If Fallout Comes at the general election Nov 3. would not downgrade the community executive vice president; F. T. anniversaries were celebrated at I 1. ? are under tW< rbl+ ,a eaj This amendment gives the Legislature Irgent, engineering director; Clarence a Sunday dinner party at the home and 47,000 are under thirty.frv*
!v r I"billlI Ie Canon Jr and Roble P. the power to enact law ((10)) The rescue of the Hobe B. Neal, vice president in of Mrs. Rosa. Quigley on Semi- year.
r Rains Jr., Soil Comervatnw Service which will provide for the temporary Sound Residents Committee whenit charge o f foreign: Interests; J. note Avenue There were' forty I

technician assigned to th r filling of vacancies i in pub- disbanded in month ago The Briggs, group Vice president; Robert two present for the dinner.
Martin Soil Conservation! District lie office when the holder of the chamber took over the recreation Wallace, financial vice presi Those celebrating birthdays
I attended a three-day course in radiological office i il unavailable during an functions of this committee and dent were Lawson Moore, Reba My I I.
I monitoring at Gainesville enemy attack It also Jives the presented new recreation projectsto Howard Larson vie president, rick., Joyce DeLoach Mary Alice .
recently Legislature th power to enact the County Commission whichare marine merchandising; Clay Con- Yuiglmg and son, Forrest; Sharon

i Citron: Rain and Lloyd II laws insuring the continuance of yet to be approved over chief engineer; Howard and Maureen Stevenson! Winifred

Jones, who attended, earlier I government during the emergency ((11)) Toe' chamber became a Ewald. manager boats division; Thompson and Sadie De laIcb.
the radiological are period caused by enemy attack. sounding board for alt complaints Denny Watkins chief research engineer Those celebrating wedding anniversaries JACK'S GULF
monitoring team "Iher i Is a need in such an of its residents, and promptly reported and Ralph Lambrecht, chief were Mr and Mrs. Jack
of Martin USDA
County Defense Steveason Mr and Mrs. Lee De STATIONAll
&udAfter emergency to have temporary officials these to the proper governmental engineer of boats..
with power to act where theduly "body for recognition and Local friend included Mr and Loser and! Mr and Mrs L. C. S. ..
an atomic disaster they elected or'; appointed. t officialsare prompt ac on. Mr*. Evan Crary Sr, Mr. and! Moore, rrl. Guaranteed
would monitor rural areas to determine not available, Mid Al keaton, (12)) The development of closer Mr*. Roland Merrell. Mr and lark s.--,. 0...
contamination of agricultural Civil Defense director. "Thu may ties with our neighboring commun Mr*. Richard Bohner, Mr and ANNIVERSARIES ARE 'IA Pert 5aIenae AT 72t1lc.
51 land, water, harvestable and! be particularly important at the ities. Mr*. Ed Lawrence CIXLBRATCD

stored commodities, and would" local I level where a given locality (I t3)) Greater dissemination of Dr. and Mrs. John M Guraous. Mr and Mrs. Walter Judson

hill I advise on and livestock safety I of ormttion may not be able to communicate information about the community Dr. John Vas Boven. Mr*. had as their house sum. Mr. and!

fs. publication on rreemergency with Tallahassee at a time when to interested individual and! com Anne Langf cod, Mr Zola S"ana- I IOU Mr.*,. Wade BoJmg of Hendenon-
emergency) preparation the local governmental officials panic*
Richard Campbell vile N. C. Mr. Bating was for-
.. against atomw explosion! have been killed or Injured At I (14)) The emergence of the Mr and Mr Nick Penning I II inert)? Kitty Remy of Port Salerno.
r are Civil available from the Office of both the stale and local level, with Chamber of Commerce a* a wrong I Mr*. Peggy Taylor and Mr. and ,, During these _iNC her the Bol-
and agricultural out definite provision for ut- Influence in the life of the com. Mr. AI Harvey of Milwaukee. lop were entertained at a dinner
agencies.. cession to office and! carrying on munity and! a body which can Evmrude left Oct 27 for a by Mr. and Mr Henry Greco and ... .......
government, anarchy and chaos or help shape the growth of this un week business trip to Milwaukee. J Mrs Adolph Regti c.. ... Wwl
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT M. JOHNSON of Stuart are shown Mr. and Mr*. H. Gamins of New unlawful assumption of authoritymay incorporated area of Martin Cow UNDER JoIA.'iACDIENr OFCapt.

a* they'registered on Oct 25 for a three-day convention for State York have returned to their homeon result ty. Here for ;vbrt with Mr. and At the home of Mr and )Ira. Tolq Eogehr.taea:
Oaceola Street to spend the Dr. Myer Rue and Mr and John Ejchelman of Salerno Shoresa
Insurance the accepted the community Mr*. Charles
Farm representatives at Sheraton
agency Park Hotel winter During the summer theyenjoyed Mr and Mr James Lattimerof 's recognition by stating Mr*. Roy E. Lucihardt: are Mr. i dinner was gives for the Wade Salerno
in Washington'' D.C More than 2,000 agency manager and a trip to Palm Springs, West First Street have returned that an of these accomplishmentswen I and Mr*. Clyde Fa* of Detroit. Dollop where, Mrs. George Guts a... AT *..*..

their wive attended the conference.: Cart i front! vacationing in Michigan. the fruits of the labor of all Mich. denoa prepared her favonw rec*. ShipyardA tiavt 1-=

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tj-, I I i,"i "UT\ piv.turc, a tiny heart New Mt.xico: and a cowboy on a mined! I m the (lJ S is from open October 29, 1964 >-B
r A!1..r.I111mountain.I : range for bulking brono for Wyoming. I pits. I
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I GUEST at the Friday Oct 23 meeting of Unity second from left. Others are Joe Roberts Sr, local worthy r.MM IM IUMIMII tar.rN*.* 8 tviaui to MWH*IUCKWAl1 Mn H,MM $1 15niatu
I Chapter No 37 of the Eastern Star was Mrs. France Keislmg putron. Mn. Roberts, worthy matron, and MI'!. R K. McEwcn h1rprrll wrrW NIQU/NACrWAIIsilt w w1INw hNa rut, N-
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A show of Art Ruhn- soon transferring to the Miami Air a'7Liiip.' tN 1 NNIN
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OWNERi, GEORGIA I1ARDWICK at the Elliott Museum! Nov 10 to 20
of the Base Photo Laboratory Ha WNYcoxNNlalr.lt
BARBARA HUNTER: Nov 29 Martin County Historical i. niatu WNITIWMIto $ 1::' .:,..INrrw, : Nw., miuit..wMntWALl.... .... $
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field 1 lid has worked at commercial The Ruhnke family moved to NIQUtMRrwQI,._. .INN. 90 niinm IUCIWMI $
illustrating For two yean, he Stuart in March 1948, when he TVlmlllUCKWALl, $15 = ""I1Io'u.lair.. ,MMItWMMII .. 2 3
You for the NewYork aN.r.rY, ; Ix wrNr.wM'N N Wiwi
can buy a Mirror photographer. He was, he believes, purchased! the photo shop that now II i$0.NN" MHfc -Ill N aw ..cost, .cow Wl tY w.dIW:r.MN; rlNaw. w
the first t pluxograpner awigncd to bean his nunie He has Ken: native IM.IIM.W W' .:... a'J:: col

with confidence here the Lindbergh baby kidnapping in community affairs He crveJ THSniU WHItlWUlHfCMnw $ ttACrwAU, $ TVIIL"S IUCKWAU I')
r story one term on the Stuart City ,"! =*' 17 :=,:1w r41NnMlw.M brew IN.. 24 r NwN1Wr"wNlw' ';: 27
Ruhnke did all I the publicity Couinmsioo.. He has been chair wN I IM BMf Nrw rut N a1N
I photos for Mike Jacobs, fight promoter man 'of the Disaster Relict City '- w 'IHI1MM MOil. Nw ..*M MX I':.I/Yxrlw.
Whether Its a simple thing like baby powder or a complicated of the Max liter heavyweight Committee of the American Red ::':ali"

prescription calling for rare drug, you can be Hire of the fight!, held in Miami Beachin Cross, for Martin County '""""" .aes'd". aL.AC wrA ALL."No .
finest possible quality and service from our courteous people. 1934. Many of his outstanding photo- No Money Down Free Mounting :dimJ had, NNl LJ.S vyHrrew,!
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He worked for three season Limit" (Guarantee take Tsar P1st M > /AVI|
have been used for
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I t taking publicity photos for Ilia/ I here those GO MWTIU MIIMVIM. "M-tlKir. MUWMI-IM.. KM WIMMM_ill, IWt r NN' M.ton....It to Ml.*...N.REGISTER ...
ty purposes Including MM N to M+Mr ar rxl NN N All M.r SwI.r Mw N -10
I i : Icab Park During that time he used, in brochure GOO 0 EAR W on. .Ns a d t-= Iwo err NN
I .ate' i, ti s wRfl assisted! in the devek>pment of the I put out by an the exceptional Resources Lkvilopmtnt GO =1,:':=Nut Iw/N4 rut..:= ::!N IrN.r rrW s: (.rW: art MN ww/ w
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I fl ; he followed tho horses with the Board NO\V CLIP COUPON Nothing/ / to Buy -. rOll Ja not have to be

Jones Photo Finish Outfit,, traveling Mrs. Max\ Zeller PrcsCJlI.J ..win.1st .... ,. .> ',. ...:....
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IIwL+lOIBy A their way back south At Tabebuia Meet Pri/e-Deluxe Wa on l3ar-H-Q Grill ADDRLVH; ........ .. .... .....-Iu....._;_....... .
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Mrs. Max Zeller will be the
photography the Greenbrier alternating Hotel btIwcen alI -I IWhite 'guest speaker al the Nov 4 meeting 2nd Prize-Double Bed Electric Blanket PHONE .... ..................
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Embry Riddle School of Aviation, well at her home at 701 Weir ; p.m.
Street. Mrs. Zeller will talk on
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tiustavo At >to* Reyes will de- Wt tfcen went imo die tuftr
Business and ProfessionalPeople and business for htmsrff aJ
river a talk: on 1 Was Castro palls
-I Prisoner on Sunday eVfcifni. Nov, titer WecwWe president of the Cattlemen
t. at 8. in the community room 's Association, of Cuba
of die First National Bank of It was during this time that lie
Stuart. All residents of the county was arrested as a political prnon-
I are invited. er and spent four and one-half
Martin s > I Crujtavo de I km Ryes was bornin years in three different prisons in
of County I Havana in 1914. He was graduated Cuba. In the meantime bit family
I, from Georgetown UniverSity -wife and three children--escaped
In Washington, D. C. with a B.S. to the United States and
degree after which he returned to made their home in Palm Beach.
4r' > Havana and entered a medical college .1 After his almost unbelievable
planning to follow the foot- release from prison and an almost
steps of hit father who was a phy impossible escape from Cuba lio
ENDORSE and SUPPORTJoseph sician. After spending four yeanin finally arrived in Mexico wherehe
the that of medicine, he de. found his married daughter and'
tided did not want to become son-in-law waiting. A free man,
I a physician and so left col- he Joined the rest of his family and
1 1I relatives in the United States a few
t weeks later. It is now about In
Barbara Stefaart months since his release' from prison
I Is Promoted and he is now in charge of die
cattle enterprises 0 f Okeclanta
S. Barbara Home Stewart has been Sugar Company in Fel1 mere.
1 promoted to the post of publicity Since arriving here and in Vile
director for Van Nostrand, Prince of the threats by the Communists
in Cuba that he would be harmed
ton. N. J., publishing firm, replacing
Mrs Carolyn lotten who resigned if he made any derogatory i
to continue her studies for speeches about them he has spoken .
I an advanced degree at Rutgers. before many organizations and
.w 4 _-e,#, '1elrMISS MISS Stewart who has been a plans to continue doing so as his
trade advertising! copywriter with ; part in attempting to overthrow I!
GREENLEESFOR the firm since last January, is a :Communism.
former associate' editor of "Flori
da Traveler" magazine She was VFW RUMMAGE: SUE l

previously assistant to the directorof The Veterans! of Forcfgn Wars :
ALITA DAVIS WEAVER press and public relations at Auxiliary of John Matthews Post
Miami Scaquanum and handled 4194 will hold a rummage sale m
Weaver-Reed Engagement publicity and public relation for .the Dehon building on Osceola
the Florida Citrus Commission in Street Oct. 30-31 1 Friday and Saturday C
Winter the GarryMoore between g ..m. and 5pm.
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t '! Mr and Mrs. William B. Weaver late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. considered the nation's
.. Jr, of Greenwich, Conn. announce Davis M St. Louis, Mo. accredited newspaper owner and ANNUAL SPECIAL :
i,, s I. the engagement of their Mr Reed 'graduated from Deer- for I,
publisher operating, a weekly 2 Year Guarantee -
f daughter, Miss Alita Davis, Weaver field Academy and Trinity College
; ? da five to finance her educationat
t, v years 1 Year Free Batteries ;
t 1955, where he '
,' 9; k.t9 t E r0 of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Reed of St. Anthony Hall. He was year she appeared "To Tell the High Trades cords batteries I
,! i Ib'7 of Greenwich and Hot>Sound. a lieoteiMnt in the Air Force and Truth," describing her adventureson REPAIR ALL MAKES '
(L E Miss Weaver is graduate of served in Europe. He j is the grandson a siVmonlh canoe survival trip PROFESSIONALHEARING 'I
t; i ,1 the, Ethel Walker School Simv of the late Mr. and Mn. Ver. the AID SERVICE i
through Everglades
( rs : bury Conn. and Le Fkuron in ner Z. Reed of Denver Colo., and
Miss Stewart is of 506 North 7th St., Fort Pierce
a graduate
Florence, Italy. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. Mrs. Samuel
'of Mr i. William B. F. Pryor of Greenwich, Conn., I Martin County High School, where (one block North of Fire Sta.)
Weaver of Charleston, W Va:, and and Hobe Sound.A I she was active in dramatics cheerleading Phone 461-J035
'\IAi: ,.. the late Mr. Weaver and of the January wedding is planned. and newspaper work, I

n r } V F. Ut: Auxiliary Mel on' I 1 I


t.i ... Wednesday at the Post Home'I I i : '

The regular meeting of the A report" was given by Mrs.
f Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans Susan Bon on the sewing bee heldat
sVjA. I of Foreign, Wan was held Wednesday her home Wednesday, Oct. 14.
1.. Oct. 21, at the post home Refreshments were served by LOIS KRISTOFFER.SEN I
Mrs. Marion Cook president ol the hostesses, Mn. Jennie/ Smith, SEGNA NFLL !
and Mrs. Grade Hall:
District 3 and a member of Post president
4143 )Riviera Beach md" her The next meeting will be on 287.446tt '
official visit She was 'ttccompanled Nov j 4 U the post" home i ,
DeBay, past' ._ }
Margaret --
hyMrs. .:_ __ 1 1I 1I
the district and a mem.ber -
of Post 7672,West Paint Beach.
.J Mrs. Grace Connme Mrs. Edith
Austin and Mrs. Rowmary Cartwart i
$ initiated and welcomed: into

r we is .r rrr a ''. bingo l party to be held at, the '
.,' Coral Cables Veterans Hospital! 3* I
A report was given, on tht
'.,14J I ,1 birthday dinner held with the post fi' a w I "
Thursday! Oct. 22 at the post! Make
". sure
w l Sy + ,

s t s,. 1ID : home.A a :
our Countycontinues
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:, Party SetSatukdaU
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The Anchorage'Yacht! Club in
Rio is having a Halloween costume
School Board Member party for Us member on Saturday,, 4 are, ;
Oct. 31. at 8 p.m.
There will be a broom dance
costume dance and appleeatingcontest ROW
and door prize and costume {
DISTRICT 2 prizes will be awarded.It !
has been noted that the -High
Sheriff" and his "Witch" will as ;
lIeU each person not in costume i ir

Andy Andrews Ralph Hartman Bill Owens 50 All cent member are invited to dig
,If :<: out the brooms!, wigs and acarey
faces and have fun with the goblin

Bill Berry 0. D. HalawayEd Andy Pittman the"*Anchorage.and witches on Saturday at I

Jim BrockGrant I Higbee Earl Ricou Is 44th Celebrated Anniversary by Look at the record

ChamberlainBernard Harry Hoke ," Fred Stafford The James SiglersMr

and "'no. lame Stgtar en

Cdkef Jack James Frank Wacha home tamed: on skis Pine a dinner Street party on Oct at their 13 PROGRESSKeep III

in kt>ratio n ot their forty-fourth
wedding anniversary.
Frank Destef R V Johnson Al Walker The beautiful auuvenar* call
ono was made by Mrs. John,Antoch this man tm the i team
and other present 'were Mr.,Aa-
Bill loch Mr. and Mr*. E. B.Tarvcr '
Bob Feriton Matheson Don Ward the Rev. and Mrs J. W. Manoa.Mr. ELECT
and Mr*. C. Butts Mrs. Norh -

Dr. John Gunsolu l Bbb MbRobei1 Ire J. C. Williams! john.a Robiroa Davit<. '-and Mr and Mr i JOHN F. ( JACK )

Mr. Mid Mrs. Albert Finite t fed
Jeanette Odom their son and his wife, Mr. and
Mr Richard Finlle of' Miami
i spent Sunday here with" Mr*.
Finite' sister, Mrv Netln Fez- SAUNDERONDefnocri2lic E :

' AND URGE HIS ELECTION ON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3Your zoni.Mr. awl Mr_*. W L. CtfpeMef ,

of Atheist,Ohio\ arrived .put **ekend .
H to spend th* winter at their

Vote and Support Appreeited rcsideace Mn. Margaret.oa Bryant:DaY YftIUt.d fcdvcrsMk County Commissioner District 3

Drive, b iH and I It a osM. twaw .h-w..o
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At KINDRED'S, .friendliest( store ;in \town, "FOOD :IS A;BARGAIN". Shop here for the brands you know

and trust and at ,the same time (take advantage ,of the ,many extras you ,receive at the most modern and

I SUPERMARKET complete Super Market in :Martin \ECo nty. 'FREE GOLD ,BOND 'STAMPS .with every purchase.U.S. .




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,..,DR.: :'fii' ,Can I ;f!''BABY.FORD LIMAS IIOOK LIMAS $ | .'1%fO%r : ,Cider Y2 Gal. 65c Gat 99.c.
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.. 'Green Beans. 35C: 1+
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REGULAR 2Sc 303 CAN ] C 6uu.a s49c, REGULAR_ 31c 19c Fridays: num.to 9 pJti.-Saturday a.m. to 7PAY p.m.H .

........... ,.... .... rcscntalivr William Owens, was
4-B THE STUART: (Flail NEWS ,1hussday. Ovluber 29, 1964 guest! speaker and explained the
I 1- : I
I thirteen amendments which are
1 I, '..11I' .' '" .' SOCIETY NEWS i i4 on die Nov. 3 ballot

t '; :; ( ,
;I / ,1/. The United States ha more than
I ,,) /\, '" \ /' _. __- Y I 33.0U0.900 bicycles and 55.-,
I 000.006 bicycle riders.

Professional Women Met at

I Vote Intelligently!

Clearwater October 23-25 FOR A COMPLETE

a. i t v l the'' ASSORTMENT OF
like I A total of 379 members of the Members attending from CURRENT POLITICAL
Florida Federation 0 f BW.UKM i Stuart Business and Professional BOOKS NOW IN
Club. Women's Club were: Miss Betty
and Professional Women's STOCK VISIT
know Inc., met at the Jack Tar in Clear. I Jane Stott. state recording secretory -
to ,
Mildred Greenfield
water Oct. 23-25 for the midyear VALENTINE'SBOOK
Mr*. Emma Doyle and Mrs. Lillian
state booN Friday night
aell Ol1
Th. Dairy Council of. a "chuck wagon cookout and I l Simmons., I & RECORD SIIOP
South Florida I Is proudto hootcnanny" was held. Many clubs On Tuesday night Oct. 27 the 329 F:; Ocean Bhd.
prmnt Certificate of had prepared skits and these were I club held a covered dish supper Dial 287-0403

Mtrit Awards to thti presented after the dinner as part at the agricultural building. Rep. -- -----
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v r rJ ; a of the entertainment.
dtiervlng young p opl Saturday was a full day with I A I THURSDAY, FRIDAY
..dot; outstanding planning meetings end reports from S P E C I A L AND SATURDAY
activities and.x.mplaryI.ad.rchtp he many committees. Much emphasii -

honoring both power" was and the centered on woman"Youth-who Chocolate Covered
family and community. NEW MEMBERS' : of the Woman club of Stuart who were wel Mrs! Edgar Duston. Mn James Peters Mrs Jack Waverly Mrs. was selected by the Florida Federation I ECLAIRS 2 FOR 2 5 C

comed: at the meeting Wednesday Oct 21, are left to right: Mrs Chariot Clayton Mrs Ben Hillary Mrs George Howard, Mrs. to represent the "Partner Custard

Walter McGuire. Mrs, W. P. Bishop, Mrs Joseph Adelfinger, Harry Udall and Mrs. Walter Stoke. ship With Young Women" pro-
pram at the national convention

New Members Told About Work I of in the Detroit.Melbourne Miss Judy u Gallic Ann White Club, IDEAL BAKERY

1.11"111, Davises expressed her thanks for the honor 531 Colorado Avenue -I- DIAL 287-0544
and also told how much she Special also available at!
: : was enjoying participation in BPW JENSEN BEACH SUNDRIES, JENSEN BEACHA

,, '" ." '' Of Woman in Past YearThe Celebrate activities.


first program meeting of Pioneer Center, pennies: for pines, I celebrate the seventy-fifth anniversary ThirtiethMr. A GARLAND Of BEST WISHES. ''
CORNILLEpauf the season for the Woman' Club pennies for art monies for Care, of its founding in 1966. The
is a bull' eye of'Stuart was held on Wednesday donation to federation scholur hips ] theme will he "Diamond Jubileeof "Jlllliill'"JW i !ijIjjJ1 2: j ij
winner' in a gentle Oct(;T-$1 at the clubhouse. Mrs. ( Service for Freedom and and Mrs. Roosevelt Davis
man' sport art4. : ery. George Bost! opened the meeting contribution to Cancer Fund, to Growth" Passage! of time can be celebrated their thirtieth wedding .SttlORAL FL EWER WEEK
Breaking all previous with-a prayer. The program, entitled" Retarded Children'and! TB Asso- : measured by accomplishment as anniversary on Oct. II with a
record. at the Slat "Let' Get Acquainted," was ciations, /and payment: on build well a* years, she said party held at their lovely new i .
Target Tournament, Under the direction of Mrs. C. ing bonds in February and April. Mrs. T. R. Chambers accompanied homo: in Sea Gate Harbor Approximately r 'ar 4YM'

Paul won the Junior Earl Evan Mrs. George Conrad, post! I by Mrs. Marvin Keller, sang fifty guests attended. '
State championship A reception was held honoring told of the 0 frel'iJent A Little Street Where Old Friends Refreshments were served from each year attention In focused: on the
and was runner-up In nineteen new members who join Woman's Clubs 1 purposes hey are t the meet." She also led the group in a beautifully appointed buffet table part riorkts play In the scheme of thing '
the State Field: Todrnament. ed the Stuart WI>I an'* Club dur singing/ old favorites by Stephen centered with an arrangement (
But best of ing the past year. Mr. Evans, assisted largest in the organized world with' A membershipof "groins, Foster! concluding with "America, : of white carnations how IIf.'. snout Important occasion are

all. Paul placed eighth by Mrs. William Walters, I UKHXX) ( ( ); 100,000)( of which The Beautiful" Mrs. Davis it originally from traditionally accompanied by flower" _
nationally la the Junior welcomed the new member and are junior women between the The refreshment table was beau. Princeton, W Va., and Mr. Davis how flower presented at the right( lime can I
competition of the presented identification pins to the of eighteen and tifully decorated in brilliant fall from Lexington, N. C. They were
ages We
work wonder for the spirit. areproud
National Field Tour. following: Mr. Jean Adelfinger, 1 he General Federation i is composed motif with deep red linen table married Oct. 6, 1934, in Martin- '.... .... "l fl
nament. Paul ii a Mrs. W P. Bishop, Mrs Charles of 16,000( women' clubs. cloth on which there was a lovely ville. Va.. and moved to Stuart of our part in this effort to ..(. a 4JIl

freshman at Central Clayton, Mrs. Jean Cummings, Long ago the charter was granted arrangement of fruit colorful nine yean ago. make life more beautiful ".y
Catholic: High. Mrs. Carolyn Douglas Mrs. Mar to bring Into communication and foliage and candles. Chairman of Mrs. DavIS JH owner of the .

garet Dustin, Mr. Ferdinand El- to unite, the women's clubs and hostesses Mrs. D. S. Hudson Sr., Powder Puff Beauty Saion at 117 ..... I'
tel Mrs. Dorothy Foehr Mr like organization throughout the was assisted! by Mrs. W. Walter, East Seventh Street.
Burt Hillary, Mrs, George How. world! for the purpose of mutual Mrs C. Senor Mrs. Ralph Hartman .
""i ard, Mr. David Lewis, Mrs. A benefits> and for the promotion of Sr., and Mrs Sal Masullu, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Tunis of Expert designs by
S. Lowrie, Mrs. Walter McQuire their common Interests in educa- M r I Vanderveer announced Kearny N. ti and ;
Mr. Signs Peter.', Mrs. Walter !lonal and industrial, that Mrs : 1":1 at ..ferrrhin
literary artistic a dessert! card party will beheld Graduates of
< I Stokes Mrs. Henry Udall, Mr, and scientific culture as in. on Nov. 4. She also reminded Bahama Terrace They plan to
.. Jack Waverly, Mrs, A H. Mahy terpreted and return home next week and will
implemented by established members of the District 10 tour American Floral
., I and Mr Wittneberl. policy. Mrs. Conrad to be held at the West Palm Beach accompany Mr. and! Mrs. ROM
I Mr. Hugh Gawn, chairman of I hen said that the federation will Woman's Club on .Nov. 6. I north. The Rosses will visit for a !hlhe:: Arts School
the board of'director Introducedthe
JUANITABANKS ------ month'with relative in Plainfield,
officer of the ,, club( to the I N J..
newt numbers and described brief. "
Seven *':rear'.Did! ly their function In the organization Legion Auxiliary AsksjReplanting aWraswassarwrraasaasw wlNttaailssasar I
Juanita 'tank U GIlt Mrs C. R Vundervecr. ] CARD OF THANKS Florist
who doer of the
Utlle lady: president gave a resume
I'' n't uygrued! to the accomplishment: of the club for Our heartfelt thanks.to all who KRUEGER'S
television,j;:- In her the past year, some of which were of Palms extended comforting sympathy and and Gifts
ti (par tlm SJn!| Uad, the donation of twelve Bible to help in our recent sorrow For the
t I IIhe redalnidd,_ sad a boyii school, amortization vf beautiful service, floral offerings,
s loves ttT,During.{b* $50 hospital, pledge, $175 scholar I The American Legion Auxiliary Marie Hironimui, Florence and other kindnesses, we are deep East Ocean Blvd Stuart, .Phone. 287.2300
summer=, l.-M ship to-ladwiv.Rlver Junior College of Harold John post No. 62 Voted Hullard, 'and'M/r.1'ivlJ."Tllylor.Mrj.) :! ly gruiefuL I .- """" *1 oT iJieroad the "
t gram W $23 to,the Garden Cluh Civic I ill I t ,- (( t to ocean
j the Martin County Bcuulificatiori! Program, $IOU I fur at Monday.evening meet I Members were asked to save articles The Family! of 1'lId.Kerner. .
lo l that the
request as a body : for the sale
Library.t'he most JuaniU book read out I palm tree he replanted on. the 'f ..LI r I
I county to the
city just
ttt children
of par.
Juanita lea Rebekahs north of) the city limits I
tlcipatlnC third trader at ; Mrs. Theresa. Brown preMIJ d:I '
Jensen Beach Ele I Commander Charles Eit/en war

p mentary. i i In Meet present' hull.and spoke on enlarging thepost .,'

ss1 Oct. 19th I had It been was !reported In that forty gift. I ,' 7. : '; t1 <
brought for the Christmas ; xa :, r ,. ....' .4..
Joy Shop; this is eleven gifts ... "
short and member who have j' VI's '
The Royal Palm Rebckiih I lodge! '
I brought in one asked to '
are pleasecontribute
met' Monday, Oct. 19 at the 1OOF I Q l11t: "
$1 I. sending it to the : & ( '
4w Temple. treasurer, Mrs. Jennie Wilbur, : E- r.. ;< .:
Mrs, Ruth Bishop, a former : ,
member' of Nov. 1 Is deadline for contributing j : ; :.' .
Caloosa For
otis Lauderdule, and Mrs Lodge(trace lo the Joy Shop. ; ." ..... '
Member voted to give $22 to ,
Donaghty, Vincland, N. J., .
GARY vixitors. were the Rehabilitation, Educational and .

VICKERS Plans were made for the district Scholarship fund and the Crippled RegistrationEvans

\\ About .',' )''Nf ago meeting t lo be held Thursday, I $5 to Children's the Civic/ Beautification hornet a* well fund.as (i:1: VI'H .: ..A \
Gary built hli first Oct 29 All member are askedto The < i E
11 kit model, car,, TaU attend auxiliary will sponsor a C V
wile Nov. rt-7 and .t-
ff ented with hi* bund The district deputy president, runtmuge mem- .
ben ot the committee are Mrs. r'
I I. v
h* continued hi Mrs. data Volk, loyally Rehekah '
Nellie Pezzoni Mrs Mao Barnes '{to 011
hobby, and now IB Lodge, Fort Pierce, will make her Mrs, Gertrude Minnuhan Mrs. ., . ...
the 1tevel1 Second official:: visit Nov. 2. All member .... 1 .. .
..........a 1t! r A : .
"Oiien Cu. attend !i" .
National \ are urged to this meeting \ I 'fIWf h 'I', ; ;"
torn CII' Contest and all visiting Rebckah are. wcl MARCIA MilE VISITS "Ifr ... : ,. .. "1
has won' the first come. N .. ,.' .
prize award over approximately It was announced thut a pun A recent visitor to The Stuart ... -- : 1 tf ".
m Junior cake supper will be held Sulur New office was Miss Mama: "
Division Cont st- I day. (let. )I. at the lOOP lodge : Mite a former employe.' Miss ., S ,
K ants !II' built'' a Refreshment were served b v i MIM. a student at Cleveland Institute .
model WM CorvetteSung Mrs. Pearl Jamison! and Mrs Mt of Music, Cleveland Ohio
Ray Gary U \ Barnes. I was visiting her parent, Mr, and |If i want
a sixth' .rlllor! at ------- -- Mr., Pierce Mi/e. *24 Madison you
Sebastian Elemen I I II Avenue. Mil Mill "will" give her ISABEL that is has the
j tary. I senior. recital a graduation requirement ,
in February. Schooled trained
( Join ui,won't, you, college

I In honoring thai fin. Mr and Mrs. Roy E. Davidsonand Vigor and youthful advantage

young ,.opl.... family will drive to Braden-
I ton this weekend to visit his mother And with a '
and hundreds
the Ilk. competent woman
I Mrs. Ida Davidson and his
'' them." ..who are our irafHlmolhcr, Mrs John Green, And is able to do the job ahead
hop.and our country'i who has been very ill.

hop. for the futur*. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Clements Business training and

of Pma Street had as their guests! N of
jrleilif scale Sunday their daughter and sonS on-partisan course to

in-law, Mr and! Mrs. Morn l.v-
,;. I brand" and infant daughter, Tiffany Executive experience plus
Tt 0vlfe;, Marie of Fort Pierce. Serve all Martin
t The I I r- County voters

loveliest&I& Mrs VelhfWaltcn returned I Leadership ,
I I horn Friday from Ellisvill Mi s.,
balder where >w spent three weeks visiting \
her father. Wofford Collins, I "" .., :
are who has been ill. He is reportedto .. ,'. !w'. !HiHr BE SURE .
1''leurde !be improved. '.. 4 .

A Lis Jerry Walter a student al, Georf'a THAT
bridesCotnpkut Southern College/ StaUshoro.i ,
.i .. accompanied 'by a college ,$*?*** ,,.; '' I iA'"
friend. will VIM Jerry', parents .:: : "
r 'rx Mr and Mr. V'clton Walters this' ISABEL' EVANS IS YOURY(1 :

1 F weekend.Mr: r ,
\ .1
: i_
I ;;
j and Airs John Icke of NEXT
dairy ,
Consultation ServkeeM Sunshine Manor the
Parkway were ..._... ,
weekend of Mr and Mr "
i guest
C8"CII I Carl Bortham of West Palm Beach.: SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
ti ,
"t\ I !Curse ,' iThty attended the Halloween .?

.( iLORIDA "b04.)1 U dam at the Shrine Club there. I. 1 \ H; .v % v
SOUTH 808 South 6th Street. 1 ELECrIOi Kyou'd -
/ Abood Shopping Center Air and Mr;:*. Robert Towner ''eDl'.110CItATtC CANDIDATE TUES, NOV. 3 GENERAL > ? )
elTI 1L".ea tltiretMiami. PIERCE ''of Dnyiona Beach: art. the guests tI
,,,,"11. i FORT this week' of Mr. and loin Harry (Pairs Pohttcal ertiICIMntJ i' ; '
'. -- I 1'A. Cwley and family.


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CHEK DRINKS 15 1 CansREGULAR. $100 1 Only "19"The ', '

P Food Is
/ 39c 3 5 c a PRIZE Bargain CALD5 AU Game
Size you WT KWtK cHIK v049C
iooo stoeIs PILLSBURY ,

Prices QUANTITY Electric Good Thru RIGHTS Sat Heaters RESERVED, Oct, 31st F LOU R S::-Rr.j:9. : 5 Bag Lb. % MAXWELL HOUSEU.S.D.A.


HEAT TROPICAIREINSTANT $088 O I AND I$1 V. .I Each EVS B R I QUE T S 20' Bog lb, 89c I ,


M O k G Butterfat Plut 4.%Dpo Jug>it $1 09 DEEP GRAPE SOUTH JELLY ::2 }Jar; 29 c HOUSE I c'

NORTHERN Towels NORTHERN PAPER l 'Roll r) 29< SALAD DRESSING 32.0z.Jar 39c

Tissue i 4 Rolls37c
Aurora NOkTHERN TISSUE 2 Roll 27' V Dovil't Bonona'Food $100 1
", .' SUNSHINE '1-Lb. Chocolate Coconut of 12 ..... -11\. ,.. /,LIMITMOR\ ..ORDER. :E,FDUo
'F 43e t'f-t. .
I, .. _I gars Plc.g. SUPERBRAND ( '\:' _.., '

!1 1 err. 111I ewi lehI ryT. 'e Cottage Cheese, ; F R Y_E R' 5

j t BUSCH BAVARIAN 2 LB. 49cl .
BEER a+k CUP r Grade ;"A"
1 FrolnFreh

f 5 Kraft' a
1 t S 5-Pk. Cut up
12-0*. Velveeta orArban
., Com
+ "l t WholeLB.
rl 2 89c
$S ,
Choice Center Cut W-D Brand U.S. Choice Round Bon
:! 5 I !.1J'cul CK STEAK LB.59c SH'LD STEAK lB. 69cSLICED

Choice Semf-Bonelen, Western Corn-hd Pork
BACON. RiB'.dR' 89C 29'
WD Brand U-S- Choice Cross Rib or Boneless '

: Clip These Coupons L 1't'ICII Produce Frosen Foods d? S
VlUU lll lllllUctU. ALL PURPOSE MRS. PAUL'S '"' S pa

TOP.100 VALUE STAMPS APPLES 10 89c FISH STICKS 14-01.2C 100 % '+
11 Nitk Tklt Cif i M PwtkMt Of LIS. Pkgs.
I Cll M>*t THII r Ow COU OM>* i JUICE
IiJ TOMATOES ORANGE 4 C:; $100 l lColif.

ra5t\VUIUiUlUIUUlUfll Vine Ripe us 39' The 9 Pkll.I $luu inn
C 0 R NO"
I : 69c
G YfOM'A !f! DONUTS 3 or Pill.1. $1 LARGE
,. GR. "A" Fresh Fro
...', ,
y 39' Swan c. Beef Hash Spog.&Meat Beans& Frankt'
'UlllUUlllmmJIJJJ 4M
/ tf! 50 EXTRA FEE > ZviUU
CHAM turn irt T g; I
11-0. i.09 1 7nDCTERGChfT SARA LEI
I" '";ub M ;-..=.t. m Florida Fancy 10-49' BROWNIES 1S.pR Pkr., 69 s SUpCrbra1

Trend & 49s Sweetheart 4 :&:i 34' KING I
;' Trend Ox. 69C Bag Soap ,, 6 Bart 39 leyj ,
? w EASY 69s

I I : ieanser'........lf.Ms 2 &.- 33C. .Beads O Bleach1' .o.. 49 -.
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DIAL I November to .1 April. In Stuart ROAD FOREMAN Experienced. FOR SALE: Complete line of PAYMENTS OF $10 FOil Sale: Commercial lot. 331 Vpte Nov. 3rd

One bedroom duplex, bedroom Must be able to operate road Marine Supplies Marine Paints, MONTHLY 23" Console TV CXccola, 6-room unfurnished WILL TRADE MOTEL north of
ATlantic 7.1550 kitchen. dinette living and equipment Good references. Steady Marine Hardware-everything for Daylight blue! .$Ube New guar frame house, fair condition. Will Stuart valued at $17,500 I for va Secretary of State Tom Adami

bath Furnished. 287-5055 't? ((35)) work. Apply in person, Luck hard your boat Wbjticar Boat Works, antee. NO DOWN PAYMENTS. Answer direct questions E. Coventry cant property between Stuart and says Florida has gained nearly a

To Place Your FAST SELLING- bistruction 10-29 ((43)) Port:-Sewal!. tf ((63)) GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE. 5137 I Pinegrove Drive West Fort Lauderdale. Taylor-Ashley half million voters since the last
TWO bedroom Furnished apart- : Realtors Ph. 2872440. I 10-29 ((90)) presidential election for a record
LOW COST WANT y\D m pt for rent In North River WAITRESS wanted for day or OUTBOARD MOTORS REPAIRED 10-29 ((78)) Palm Beach, Florida, 33406. registration of 2500466.

Shores.115 monthly year around. night shift. Only experience We have parts for all TRUSSES, elastic stockings, tf ((90)) CITRUS COUNTRY. 1800 acres Of the total, 2008,762 are

Call 2873547. It ((35) need apply in person. Poor Bob's popular makes. Can test your coil knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart MOTEL with Over 250-foot frontage with natural drainage. 1 mile Democrats and 458,156 are Re
NEWS WANT APS Cocktail Lounge AlA Jensen and condenser Ulmer Motors Dial Drug Corp. tf ((78)) on U. S. No. t I. Price reduced frontage on road and canal. $350 publicans. There are also 33,348
WATEjRFRQNT: New furnished Beach. tf ((43) 29% down. Roland G
AT 73355. Your Friendly Dodge per acre These
to $16,950 for immediate sale. Independents. figures
RATE Five cents efficiency FibhinPier. I COW Manure I 1'4 yards, $12. rep-
: per average apartments. Realtor, 729 Colorado
Dealer. tf ((63))
SALES service and claim C. E. Slocum, Realtor, 505 Colorado resent a. 35.4 per cent increase in
work. -
word, minimum charge per insertion Week, month, season SeaGate 2 yards, $15 I Full 8-yard load, Ave.. Stuart. 10-29 ((90))
$1.00 (for up' to twenty Villas at Lighthouse Point Married man with high 'schpn AUTHORIZED khn'lOn Dealer. $42. Also Trash hauled, $8 load Ave. Stuart 10-29 ((90)) GOP registrations while Democrat

average words). Words in ALL 1 P._O 1531. If ((35)) education. Age 2239. Six months Complete Sales, Service, Parts Call 287-1700.!{ tf ((78) THREE bedroom' home. North CLOSE IN 130' on Route 76. 1 cent.ic registration jumped 21 3 per
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first training period offered. Group I Zoned commercial. ,City water
Good selection of dependable Used ,
SMALL benefits. $10250 I ( a week to startPhone ASSUME PAYMENTS OF $6.00 River Shores Pool. Large lot well I
word count as two words each. (I.!modern apartment( $15 Motors. Expert Factory-Trained landscaped. Call available. Depth, J65'. Only $65 .
West C Palm Beach : MONTHLY..GE Coffee( Table Quick possession
week. Close in. .Inquire at The Temple Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT & foot. M. P. Nelson. Realtor,
White above or below or 2-3265 Stereo .All NO 287-4845 or 287-3279. tf ((90)) per
space fQr appointment 11-5 Speeds OOWNPAYMf.J'IT
C'c" Groccry store.iNorthUS. ((43))
MOTOR SALES. Inc. 440 Rt. 707 325 E. Ocean Blvd., 2873566.
within ad will be charged as the '
cumber:. of words (five) that could -. lat, ---20th. Street. If ((35)) WANTED: Baby-sitter and light :In Rio. AT 7-0944 tf ((63)) VICE STORE.- GOODYEAR 10.29 SER((78)) ROUTE 1 frontage 175' on main I 10-29 ((90)) I '

bs in the blank line, or housekeeping. TVo childr '". highway with average depth of [ FREE
printed i
FOR Rent: Office building across L rOR Sale: 14 ft. boat with 7 office
25 cents per line. Thursday through Saturday. 8:45to ASSUME ,MONTHLY PAYMENTS 176'. Perfectly located, )level and 3 ACRE'TRACT near post
from Seymour's Jan. Call 287. h.p. outboard.'Come see make situated creek. Pricedat
"Display Classified" rate I onapplication. 5:00. 546-5369 or 5465463. OF 1000. 16.000 cleared. For the low, low priceof and on a
0151. tf,35)( ) 10.29(43)( ) offer 453 Riverside Drive. Phone BTU GE Air Conditioner 2-speed :$65.00 a.ft Roland. Luedcr, $330000( ( Terms! Taylor-Ash

2875619. .tf ((63)) fresh, air'vent ((2 to choose from;) Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave., Stuart ley, .Realtors.( Pb. 2872440. Your 'Want Ad in
These are cash rates, for ads ONE and two bedroom apartments, I CURB QIRL WANTeD: Apply FOR A TISHbRMAN NEW NO DOWN PAYMENT .'GOODYEAR 10-29 ((90)) I 10-29 ((90))
brought or mailed to The Stuart furnished unfurnished. New in person-A & W Root Beer I -- THE STUART
If and n (the river two I 24' Lapstrake, hardtop hull. Will I SERVICE STORE. CONTRACTOR has bed THE PRICE IS RIGHT on (this
News with payment you are a Drive In, U. S. No.. I, South new two
Stuart News mail subscriber or are blocks nrf.rf.CourtHouse. 35 F' uart. 'JO-29( ((43)) take Inboard or outboard power. II 10-29() (78)) room tile bath. Paneled living waterfront home 2 bedrooms, NEWS, printed in

listed in the Stuart telephone direc- Seminole tf ((35)) 1 _____ If you can install motor l in your ASSUME; PAYMENTS OP '$10 and dining Landscaped. Hawthorne 1 bath new CBS. Must! be sold THE MARTINCOUNTY

tory you can place your ad by tele i WANTED: Female dental assist spare: time, you should see this I Ij MONTHLY. 23" Console GE Avenue Golden Gate; near Only $13,500( { .M. P. Nelson, Realtor
FOR Rent: Ona bedroom home on boat Ideal for Inside off-shore FREE
phone. Dial ATlantic 7.1550 and ant. Call 287-1090 for appoint- or TV Automatic tuning, DaylightBlue AlA. 9800. 2&7-467S. 0-29(90)( ) 325 E. Ocean Blvd. 287-
St. Lucie River. Clean; comfort fishing j Call West Palm Beach, TE
.ment. J 10-29( 3566 10-29 ((90))
want-ad. ((43))
"I want to a
place Tube New
Guarantee 'NO : PRESS
able and quiet, Beautiful view of 2-5204 or 655-1783. tf ((63)) VE'R i-acres of highland, including : Sunday,
the river. Days dial 287-1769; evenings WANTED: Experienced dependable MONEY DOWN GOODYEAR 150' riverfront Large REAL .ESTATE EXCHANGE: tvithput charge.This
: :; ; .
dial 287-5081. tf ((35)) service station attendant. 2B' SPORTFISHERMAN Late SERVICE STORE. 10-29 ((78)) old 10-room frame home 5 bedrooms Will trade 2 acres on St Lucie

Give your mall I I address as Good salary Advantages. Write Model fly. Bridge dual controls ASSUME PAYMENTS OF $12 I 2-car: garage and workshop. River east of Stuart for Highway ( applies to regular want-

well as your telephone number TWO bedroom furnished apartment Box X, c/o Stuart News. 10.29(43)( ) .twin 185'i loaded with MONTHLY. Deluxe GE Wall Needs a bit of "handy man" work frontage or Commercial property. ads only, not to display classified
in Palm $75. 287.
in want-ad. The Stuart City. extras original cost $15,000 Realtors. Ph. 287.
your Stereo done. An excellent buy at $20 Taylor-Ashley,
News h a a hundreds of 1685. tf ((35)) A&P Is now taking applications. offered at about half price can Speeds-AM/FM arrard Stereo Tuner. All. I 00000{ 29%> down. NO FINANCING 2440. I 0-29(90)) *, jwidth can be re-run

out-of-state subscribers who Seeking bright young Incas fora finance 287-3622. tf, ((63)) changer removable CHARGESRoland, G Lued-I at(;a _reduced rate.)
ONE bedroom, unfurnished apart. Job with speaker's :NO MONEY HOME 2 1 1.i\
a future. A&P POOL( bedrooms.
are your best possible pros- proven. I, ._LJ.L..L.L *_.JUIft.-.L..3.J! 11III DOWN er, Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave, ,
$70 round. Stove and GOODYEAR
year Score Stuart. 10-29( ( I baths, heat screenedpa\ Pjlione ad to
pects for real estate sales and refrigerator furnished. Call 287- (43)) TRAILERS & SIRVICESI960 : 6N STORE. 10.29 ((78)) Stuart. 10-29 ((90)) I central your
,, city water extras' oJ re-
boats 110
rentals, help wanted I 287-1550 and in
0265 tf ((35)) HELP Wanted: Female. A dp. : get
from S2 ,750 to $17,500:
gardening. trailers, and serv J lIT ASSUME PAYMENTS OF $10 OWN YOUR OWN TRAILER dirced -
ices. FURNISHED apartment Adults Stuart graph Area.transcription Seasonal .typist Call for Crossland Mobile Home 48 MONTHLY: Deluxe 'GE Filter LOT! Move'' on and' do your I terms M P Nelson. Rcajtor 335E on, .this; two.for-one

.. Only. Newly furmshqd two bed. Girl Service 833-2331, West Kelly by 10 on owned landscaped/lot. Flo 12 lb. washer NO MONEY own landscaping. Well and septic i. Ocean ,.Blvd., 287-3566 offer!f1.lft'
-j. room apartment) in excellent.residential Palm Beach. I 11.19 J ((43 Carport, two utility sheds Close DOWN GOODYEAR SERVICE tank already installed For information 10-29 ((90))

REGULAR CLASSinCATIONSt / area. Two minutes fropi to shopping Low taxes Priced at STORE I 10-29 '((78)ASSUME..PAYMEb4TS' ) write Bop: c/o Stuart bedroom, I'4 lath new
town. Now available on seasonal MALE or female salesman want. $7,200. Call 287-5507 tf ((68)) News. 1029 ((90)()) TWO conditioned home ,- with '.' nli"! III
(Numbers over 100 refer to display or annual basis. Also! two bed I.d to represent Niagara CydoMassage. A. ll AI III ; OF $10 WATERFRONT LOT. in Port dock. At Saint Lucie Inlet Harbor FOR SALE, Miscellaneous: 178

classified ads, which appear room apartment available..Jan. 1, Must have car C m. SERVICES OFIERED: MINe 71 MONTHLY.) L9-JDE Remote Point Port Salerno.
smaller ads In Control Portable TV with stand Sewall and near the inlet. I 116' Rocky ..1<:;1 .___ .Jl \\W.IIIII
after the end of the Call 287.3167 or write George H. mission. Good opportunity for live I waterfront 200 13900. R. Skillman Box 2287,
numerical order. B_ sure to look Jones, Route 1, Box .41%, Stuart; wire. Call Niagara Office, 287. 0--- NO MONEY DOWN GOODYEAR harbor. Only depth$9,500 on- terms protected Delray Beach. )l-l9 (90)

In both places) 10-29 ((35)) 0050. 1 10-29 ((43)) JONES SEPTIC TANK SERVo I SERVICE STORE. M P. Nelson! Realtor, 325 E. WETE: COT Tire
10.29 .
ICE. tanks 100x200 lot Shores
Septic vacuum cleaned Sylvan -
FOR RENT 3S-135: HOUSE and apartments:' bed HIGH' school girl to work Ocean Blvd.. 2873566. 10.29 ((90)( ) l
; Ji and resealed. Also! drain fields ASSUME .Ca.nal. Corner' has 300 ft. waterfront W
FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 room house, 1 and 2 bedroom hours after school Powell s repaired and relaid. FAST SERV- PAYMENTS. 'GE OF $10 NORTH FORK ST. LUCIE SUB- Paved streets high and urIP
: MONTHLY 12 Ib_ FilterFlo
40-140 apartments. Clean and nicely.furnished er. Telephone 2879708. 10-29(43)( )
WANTEDTORENT ICE. Dial 287-2820 or 2870266.tf washer, controls. NO DIVISION WATERFRONT dry. $6,500 Call 2872019. write
HELP WANTED 43-143 Two miles from new high SHORT Order Cook From 12 ((71)) MONEY DOWN temp.- GOODYEAR HOME. FURNISHED CBS 2. Maxey, 921 E. Ocean Blvd-, Stuart CASA RIO
school State Road 76. Seasonalor
Wanted 48-148 on noon to 8:30: Steady Work SERVICE STORE 10.29 bedroom, l<4-bath home with I 10-29 ((90))
A Employment yearly. 2870768. .tf ((35) p.m. FURNITURE refinishing and restoring ((78)) central heat and wood BOAT MOTOR SALES, Inc.
r Business Opportunities 50-150 Off Saturday. Powell's Diner. Tel. Will call for and de. r I. u. I burning MO Root. TOT ale AT T-M44
53-153 COTTAGE for rent one bed. ephone 287-970K.( 1 10-29 ((43)) liver. Reasonable. Call 2871685. fireplace. There is a Florida room rn-rE _JL..Mssou' tt (175)
facing the water and an attached
room furnished All electric. HELP WANTED 143
((71)) .
SCHOOLS 54-154 Available NoV 1 I. Call 2873478. WANTED: Man call on service "'11II, f J garage Truly I a lovely' home $23500.00. ,- .
SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 10.29 ((35)) stations Long needed inventions RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Serv. FOR Sale by Owner:.4 190 ft.; waterfront Roland O Lueder, Real- f7 P- "'11."1.-

USED CARS .58-158 Full or port time. Huge ice. Cleaning and repairing. Also! lots. tor, 729 Colorado. Ave., Stuart
41 4 TWO bedroom furnished house in profits. Write Cyclo Mfg Co., High and dry LAW'SMOVING
J NEW CARS 60160BOATS fields repaired and re-laid Sacrifice at $29 a foot. AT 7. ((90)) Wanted
Monterey section Very clean. 3816 Dahlia Dept. 170 Denver, Dial AT 7-0651,*AT 7,9861. tf(7l( I) 2W3. I .
& SERVICES 63-163 $80. per month yearly._ Call 287- Coil 10-29 ((43)) If ((90)) HOUSE. Tw Jnd Ir"hiilf' Years

. TRAILERS& SERVICES 68-168 1685. tf ((35)) WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE MODERN 3-hedroom, '2-bath C old CBS, Two bedrooms. Qne At t Once w- & STORAGE
NEEDED AT ONCE Full bath :
or BALANCING with Bear Carport. Screened patio. Air
171PLANTS Equipment -
71 in
Senders Offered, \Mbc. home St. Lucie Estates, ideal
EFFICIENCY. Adult only Utilities time man or woman to conditioned Well 500 S. FLACLFR STUART '
pur(; serve by trained mechanics will pay for the landscaped. $9,- ,
& SERVICES 75-175; and linens furnmhcd. Monthor Walking. customers in Stuart. Good for itself in tire wear. We have the closets.. and growing cabinets family, sewing, plenty of 900. Some furniture included Own. Piano ,Player.Also Local and long distance moving. .

For Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178 season. 287-1930 after 5:no Income. No investment. Set your equipment and men. Your friendly and other features $19.500.room er 219 Harrison! Avenue, Coral Cook pnd kitchen Packing crating and ship

Wanted To Buy (Misc.) 81-111MOVING P.M. tf, ((35)) own!. hours_ Write C: R: Ruble Dodge dealer ULMER MOTORS C E many Slocum, Realtor, 50','Color Gjardens. 'Stuart. tf ((90)) ; ping.
STORAGE 84-184 TWO-bcdroom furnished apartment Dcpt Tenn.0-4. P. O. Box 2447 10.29 Mem- or Dial AT 73355. tf ((71)) oo Ave. 10-29 ((90)) WAtERFRONT-- "--clONe-to"tTe helper. Apply in WAREHOUSE STORAGE
pBs ((43)
Real Estate For Sale 90-190 All electric built-in kitchen. HAVE small Bulldorer, Tractor, inlet CBS 2-bedroom. 2.bath person. Seymour'sInn.
Real Ektiit Wanted 96-196 I Clean. attractive one block M8rgL l 1J LJJM"... Mower and Disc Will clear lots, FOUR Will trade bedroom for watertront,land.home Write home. Terrazzo floors gas heat !h. 2870878tf (171))
vacant .
from new High School. School EMPLOYMENT WANTED 48 Fence elec. kitchen tf (i43x
age cut trees posts and pilings Box 23. Stuart. Fla. circular drive carport
Uin" _.. children acceptable. Call knytme.AT ..JllIIIUlIll; lJII. .11I116 A III for sale. Lawton wall Phone AT --- tf (901) a 1\If utility room. Beautiful -
FOR RENT 35 I 7-OM/) /). tt ((3.5)iiEix ) small office bookkeeping 71401. tf ((71)) >4-LANED U S. 1 200' frontage pounds well cared for Gas logs i w:" s'.s' ','r" m ".:l\\. ., 1
Well established with income in fireplace in Jiving room and TRAILERS & SERVICES 168
...;;! .4IfIJ --; I[ __11I1" : apartment Minutes experience (Builder I J ) STORAGE Household \goods, automobiles .
) property and small home. Roomto natural fireplace in family room. ,.. ... ,, .'. ,' ." ,, ...., .
STORES and offices downtov/n from boats, bridges, beaches, Have )letter)of recommendation. "bouts, anything. Sections put in additional) rental jimits .Breakfast bar ,and large dining ses 5. a-vT ;r. < v.v '.

or East Ocean ,Blvd. Any sue.: golf courses, shopping' centers, Part (imo or full time. Permanent low as 300. Large, new, or business Close in to Stuart area A nice house FURNISHED -
Write A. P. Krueger, 1170 B. clean quiet. heated. P. 0. Box resident AT'70570. 10-29( ((48)) clean. buildings. Golden Gate Storage. 20000.00 Terms. Roland! Gluedcr TOO $26,50000 Terms Roland:
J 1186, Telephone 287-0197 eve AlA three South of SANDY'SMOBILE
Ocean Blvd. Phone 2872420. '- miles Realtor, 729 Colorado O. Lueder Realtor, 729 Colorado ,
tf ((35)) nings. 10.29 ((35)) REGISTERED nurw new arriv.si Stuart 2871202. tf (71)) Ave.. Stuart 10-2.9 (90) Ave. Stuart IO(90)( ) '

FOR Rent: Furnished 2-bedroom FURNISHED at 200 Lonita upstairs St.. Caw! apartment Terrace. Has,car prefers and private Driver's duty license In home., expert WISCONSIN Clinton ,and Brjggs\Lauson.! Stratton AIR, TWO bedroom, two j bath waterfront CBS Two Bedroom, _One "Bath HOMEPARK .& SALES

garage apartment, close in, reasonable at preparing special diets.. Box home In Stuart City Lim. home. Florida 'room, screened-
I room-bedroom combination COOLED ENGINES in
Living stock and .
; Garage; Rooms i In pri. mindeck. R?').. c/o Stuart News. 10-29 ((48)) )fits. Completely furnished."Seawall, In carport utility room beautiful; 1 r*
full bath Suitable and who know
parts men to Franchise Dealer Fleet wood. Mobile. homes new shipment !
vate home. 619 East Fifth L .;I.t.U: IU UUIIIII! dock, citv water, citrus: Owner landscaping large yard. 6Q' .by > JIM
Stuart. tf ((35)) : ff $ne or two persons. Must be repair them. ULMER MO1'OR.S"or" ,will sacrifice at 19000. ,Box 125' lot. Home unfurnished Ask- arrived I, 2, 3 bedrooms ready lot; Immediate delivery
he laled. Call 28- 53 Dial AT 7-3355. Your Friendly
!seen to &
arprC' LO3T FOUN.D
$ 12000.
136 Stuart, 287.1685. inn Owner transfer Call
I TWO bedroom C.B.S. Home. All 3489 after 5 p.m.SMALLurnishcd. tf ((35)) IIIIIJUIIJurIIJII\flllJIIIi! : \ IJ Dodge Dealer. tf ((11)) --- .or tf490)[ ) 2.87-6422. I ll2 ((90)) SPECIAL SALES
:1 electric Furnished. THREE .
: No children equipped.and No pets. Call house. 418 Fast t SOMEBODY borrowed our copy TERRAZZO Tile and Marble. hpdroom.' b tl1e..Jlll'lseneach.Sl.yline I OUR BEST BUY Travel Trailer,and'teprila) Pkk-up -iC't.' 17 ft Wolf Traveler

4 2875733. 653 Bryant Avenue Osceola Street Seasonal, $85 of 1963 N. W. Ayer Directoryof W.: I!. Wagner Co., AT 7-4880 by I 1W lot Will trade Drive$4,600 area. *) one bath Bahama- two Terrace.bedroom Corner vlerps 7:Frt. felled. .16 ft. Seminole display model Model D.
month: Yearly, $6$. John Shaw. Newspapers and Periodicals. or AT 7.1696 If ((71)) equi.
Eaty-Ultch free.
Stuart tf ((35)) ty for land, lots, etc No cash lot. gas heat, city water, cement
287-6385 after 5.30( Also its
: pm. appreciate return to III J-U
> .bJtIoU: needed Take\ over payments. Call tile rcHvf, patio Reduced 16 II.. 1957.Uses
RIVERFRONT home with pool trailer' for rent In NEW Stuart News> Office need it. ItI
space : we
I unfur. PLANTS & SERVICES 75 287914.. If ((90)) :to $13,200. Reasonable down payment AlL READY TO CO AT FAI.L 'DISCOUNT PRICKS
) for rent. Furnished or mobile park in Port Salerno, $11 I.I a green, hard clotN-bound book
nlshed. Call 2870948. tt_((35)) monthly. tf ((35)) about six inches thick 11-19 ((53)) llilihJIIIIJIL 1 I -- -- -- --. Must be told. M P. Nelson .. S
_ Realtor
BLOOMING Azalea. ROMS Bougainvillea ca".s: i st 325 E Ocean Blvd., 19<2 American Rambler Wagon
f ONE bedroom. Ceramic tile bath.terrazi.o NEWLY decorated'restaurant. Call _III. I hibiscus' Ixora., .Variety -. FOR RENT 135 287-3566. I 10-29() ((90)sm ) ,J964Ford. 6 C)Under
floor all electric kitch. 10-29 SPECIAL, NOTICES 5 .
287-6876. ((15)) $ PALMS
of $1.00) and -------- -- -- ----- 4'4-ton Pkk-up TruckS
'up. ...
furnished duplex. Adults only, --- ---- :.. wesrv'"w-so' v' .
en, : \ \
l J Fruit ,
Tropical VISIT
Trees Enders
TWO bedroom unfurnished -
except S S
Call 2875363. tf ((35))
no pets.
Y for refrigerator stove and ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSmeets Nur'ICryVhite City. I Agency for Revtlto Pick-up Coach A Fleerwpod Mobile Home,

c November to 1 April. On the oil furnace. Located 3 blocks from at 8:30: p.m. every Wednesday 10.29 ((75) u .. Sandy mm Buy ,Sell Trade ,or accept ,on -consignment,
way to beaches. One block, off( downtown Stuart. $75 month Inquire at the Community Church, PLANTS yourmohtU
Sprinkler systems,, home cart, tracks Phone 287-5788.
Boulevard. New two Jensen Reach For
East Ocean 301 South Canxdcn Avenue. Information
terrazzo floors, Phone AT 7-3332. tf landscaping sod Fastest growing EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS L. P. GAS SALES
bedroom duplex 10-29 <3M) ((55))) in Martin County. Pel-
Formica, utility kitchens room.,All tile electric baths 2875055. carport .. FOR rent yearly. Two bedroom! FOR I individual care and attention jean.Nursery, Loop load.(s.76A: ), ONE MILE NORTH OF STUART\ON U. S. I

tf ((35)) house nicely furnliAed Responsible bring your child to Mrs. Palm City. AT 7-1918. If ( 75))

party. Adults only. AvailableNov. Schang's nursery' school. Air conditioned 1 ,(A "
FOR Rent: Furnished apartment 1 1 I. 619 Camden Ave. or call and heated. Fenced' play FOR SALE MkceUiMtoos 78 ON ieiemsessseREAL 'ToJllWli.-
bedroom living room kitchen' 287-5088 after 500: p-m. area. Centrally located. Phone fSl'ATE.I-oR SALE 190

and bath. Phone 2876577. J JO-29 ((3SJ) 2870771. If ((55)) J THE ST. LUCIE J;,. --,__'+ !U I t>,. L II
10-29 ((35)) PRE-CHR1STMAS tale of Tropical -
I FOR easy, quick carpet cleaning oil paintings All sizes and I .ATLANTIC: ,cOmTAPARTMENTS 0.. sad two-room tffkltiKlts.SpaeloM =-

FOR RENT OR SALE, 38 rent Blue lintre Electric $hamnoocr all prices. Sandbox Shell Shop.
shaded. gnraiuliParkast THINK il
only $1 per day Hartman-
I L ., Beach 10-29 (78))
Las Boat Dock.
Lelghton( f rn.ilurt. 10O9 ((55))
RIVER view cottage. A. 0. DrsjM ASSUME PAYMENTS OF $6,00: gsa.BUST OCKAS. VOft.BY.AJUSTGAIST. > StarfneboanL TV and LouBg*
1MII1I..11 J II J raamMoc.awaapswo RALPH HARTMAN
Rio. Last JR.
er, Orange Avenue, MONTHLY. 19" GE Portable'Lv : I
WADS on left. 2873464. tf J8) USED CARS A&; TRUCKS 58 with stand. .MO ,DOWN a ROOMS *aPT5KT eavitPssVrrLaaoaao Week Month Year ,

BY Owner. ,Two bedroom CBS L 1I PAYMENT I GOODYEAR SFR cot UTSBaUfOIftBLB M4 ST. thOR CRESCENT When You Think
I Furnb.hedDQubl.. utility VICE STORE. 10-29( : ((78)) BATESTT
Home. '
1962<< Corvair. Radio and heater. I LOs'Jssuse REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
II rooms 29 Canal Avenue., Jensen I Automatic transmission. Low .,.'". ___.. ....... TrkBhatMt 287813 I
I adults
Beach will rent to
I only William H. Reinert. 210 Fn- mileage*clean.' $1.295. 1962 Chevy MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS( W. T. PAGET M*. F. E. WOOD, MaBagerw 11* F.. OSCEOLA AYE. STUART AT 7-46N

Usda Ave..RiverPark.j,' 10-29(38)( ( *) II Radio and heater Clean. $1,. Mai AT.t.astf sties Is-a. (150).
095. See after 500: or' all day ,Lowest Price in Florida -! --- --- -
FOR SALE OR RENT-.Three: be. : Saturday. See at office of fint I __ l' nlr T--;;;:;: -- ==== -

!I room. one and a half bath) home. house, Indiantown. Road. Box 75. GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS. I EXPECTING COMPANY?
Central heat and air conditioning tf ((58)) ORGANS -
I 2874593. tf ((3$). FACTORY aif-I1J.19S1 Olds 98Sedan. EASY TERMS WONDER WHERE: YOtrRE.CQ ,TO BED TJIC.M DOWN? I Ask Us! You'll Be ,Glad( You Did

II CaB .M Bad Mns wtwrytBg: ResnoawM raft ...._BB ataHMpam
I TWO BEDROOM: HOUSE\ STIUCE Power window, brakes, I
MORTTZ PIANO co.. same ..nj .SStTBBSS Bfl.bM JOC *W. ..
LO<;KS. CALL 287. stvtftng! {Radio, etc Local one ,
3649 If )8)) owner ear Fint $500 takes it 112 No. 5th Street CALL MARIE-KIRK MANAGER QIllg!

.. .L .. I II 2:1,_M rtin Avenue, 287-2300 or Ft Pierce Fta. Pb: 461-4747 Now AvailiM for Yaw Skpla t CswwltMatara JJOn !

I 2S7.3280, H ((7$) 1I-nl) Cyclo-MiMi! l te BMs.Southwind '
ATlantic 7-1550 imp WANTED: ;..43 > ,

pial ""w :, .. ill''! .dI AUhuuga many older people go. ASSUMF MONTHLY,PAYMENTS, 12 lb. Deluxe OF'J9W GE: j& i 9M CphtTtj*.J.!*-* (amp tf.m ,j* NBthsul Baak)

and ask for theWanlAdTafcil WANTED: Beautician: )Junior for to California or Florida to retire.. Filtcr-ITo") 'washer Stwcd. load, AT 7. 5M AT74U0kT7.tl21DON :

<' I senior, fun time./Pelina Beauty the* tyot-uaiet' have a lesser population temJ'. Cootrol. )lit) DOWN.fAYMtNT ,UA Na 1 jCTTI4aTT Nb JIT HJ OTKIXLY a* BOB WII.l .UIS

1 Salon. 'Phone. -287-3484 of aged people than most j jWfccn. GOODYEAR SERVICE ..... UN
a 10-29( {4))) : TQ* 1()'%9'(78) _- _



,..... 9:45: n ez. MItt daM of BiMr Mitt OUr Minister: fercta, wMett dcttihictt I THE STUART FMM( ) NEWS 11M1Fsdal, OHntVer 29. 1W4 '.B

study for everyone The vntitfpservioe rrr work in Nigeria' and (

will begin hi at at 6:15 11. Trafnirtg p.m. instead'\ Union of6:3t Florida-bom Rev. StuartI a.NHty.It will educational to write be O'Svlllvan and edit St. Joseph Novitiate l Holds I

: 'tfie, 'sAsjnkpservice il, at which will be broadcast

WWea4 tit W. A ntitscrf ia I Methodist Pastor HereRev. Africa from the Panel on Liturgical RenewalFather
provOcd tot inftnn during all Federation's "Radio

of the service Allan R. Stuart Is a, native Ciospcl"' In Addle Ababa, ( John Testy a member lamK, conveyed: to listeners! ; the

The wrm it of the Rid church of the Liturgical (Conimisnion, ( spirit and feeling on the liturgyQYlvaket
..... Floridian born in Tampa who FIRST CHVRtH OF
--- .
the Diocese of Convention
Miami Wall at live Liturgical -
will )John i women' fn illt the other his SC1EN1MTEast
received education th
RIO BAY1IST Ioullhoute main speaker al a paiSc) ort the hisv hi St. Louis Rev. Father
The '
Associational 1Voman'sMissionary
Baptist ohstVehee In Tropical Farina the_'\ part of the Uni'vd State,
Ocean Blvd. held .
liturgy at SL Joseph Novfli- Vincent Walsh M.M. assisted maiVfft
Pastor, Rev. Jack Fernandez. Union' "Day of In. Stuart, and Palm City area In a graduating front Jefferson High l'( ")ft'lCrnton! nufefxt, : ate on the Feast *< Christ I l fy i \. tring apkat n$. white Sinter
will be speaking "Morning De struction" will be held Thursday Baptist Women'a Day Of Prayer School; in Tampa. He 'A-ern on toe w Ua Everlasting |unMhment. .King. The purpose' of the panel Mary Jerome dean of St. Joseph

votions" over \VSTU at 7:45: a.m. at 10 a.m. at the First Baptist on Monday at 10 ajn. at the Palm ro. his bachelor of arts degree : Sunday school, 11 ..R' which. hud M its theme 'The Li. College, acted: as moderator.
during the week. Church in. Fort Pierce City Baptist Church. at the University in I 1950.of Florida, being provided.Wednesday. turglcal Renewal," lUll to assist! At the conclusion of the panel.
The prayer and Bible study hour The time of the evening church I graduated Testimonial in the preparation for the forthcoming Father Totty offered the Holy
will be held Wednesday, 7:45: p.m. activities for Sunday and Wed. The Sunday school, department, His life being dedicated; to God, 8 (+.m. liturgical chants decreed; Sacrifice of the Mats according to
The church choir will practice at nesday will be changed beginning superintendents will meet with the he went on to further himself for Reading Room: 282 by t the Vatican Council, and to the new liturgy. The altar faced
8:30.: Nov. 1. Sunday school begins at general officers at the home of a full time ministry attending the nue: Year round hours learn how to implement theM the people, and all participated in
-. :._ : Candler School 1 ot Theology Em. through Saturday, 10 a Ji). change
.,, --- Mrs Dot McKenzie in Jensen the dialogue Mass with the singing
--- --' we6lwa' pvmtr mrnmrvirw '">awa'.a ">?"*<";(*as? ory University.! A II l ant a. Ca.. Christian Science radio
Father Totty. vernacular.
quoting frequently of hymns in the
Beach on Monday at 7:30:
REAL ESTATE FOR SAtfc 190 I p.m. where he received a divinity de.gree The Bible Speaks to I from the Constitution on the William Cappa served as lector,

_ljh41t"'rt.tH 9ltleeefgk"' .. 181.1 v4rc 61rt1e.a6estr..sJ1 The Association Clinic for church in 19'). be heard over WSTU. Sacred Liturgy, indicated that the and his .son. Paul served the Mass.
officers and<< church committee Rev. Stuart came to Stuart to kc. at 7:15: p.m. ., main purpose of the new liturgywas Guests came from Orlando, Lake
members wid he held Monday at serve First Methodist, Church, by Topic for Nov. 2: "1 "to restore to people' a sense Worth and West Palm Beach.
7:30 p.nu at the \Vesuide Baptist appointment of the Florida An ; for Love." of dignity In the Mystical Body

C. B. ARBOGAST Church in Fort Pierce bOal'Cohference In June of 1964. gj I of Christ" and added that "the nR.CiT1'1IU
Immediately before hi I present new liturgy h I the individual source
The Woman's Missionary! So- appointment he served the Al- NVednesduy, Oct. 28: : ( and center of tM true Christian Shmrt
ciety announce the change in the achua Methodist. Church, known I Senior Choir.Thursday spirit. lie emphasized Christo- Wednesday night'l at 6 the Sunday
.. day they will be meeting. The two as the oldest Methodist Church in centric spirituality, and reiterated school council meeting and
circles will meet on the first Tuesday I Florida i for four' years. Prior: to REV.1.1.1: R. S'IV.\R) I Holy Eucharist: ; 9 : : the necessity for full participation covered dish "supper' will be held.)
that ho served Methodist churchesin In the Mat the faithful. in the church Fellowship Hall with
monthly, instead of Thursday of the hospital" chaplaincy com (iiuld; 10 a.m., Holy by
Ncwberry. Tice (a suburb of Other panelists Included Sister I the Junior I deportment as host
Circle will mill" of Martin County Minister Friday lea 30: 3 .
Tire 1 meet
Cttora Tayk Fort Myers), and Avon Park. Association., Ho has always Friendly'' meets In Charles Marie, S.S.J.! chairman Of The mid-wcck prayer service will
Tuesday M '10 ..In. at the home I Rev Stuart is a member of the been active in civic affairs, and ter with hits Society Alise the music department of St.\Joseph follow at 7:30.: The Youth and
of Mrs E, O. Wood in JeflsenBcich. Florida Conference Board of Evangelism ha* just become a member of the er College, who spoke ort "Music in Chancel Choirs will rehearse at
\. The Vetnri Abrams, Circle l of the Methodist Church Kiwanis Club of Stuart the liturgy" emphasl/iivg that it 8I: S.
I win 'h net t Minnie: Parson the home and is the West Palm Beach district He/ is married! ) the former Junior Saturday Choir.Sunday .Oct. 31: : it a necessary and integral port Saturday evening 8 the Build.
of Mrs. in Stuart secretary of Evangelism. During Anne Hinton of Covington, Cm., Sinter. Mary Add S.S.J., faculty en Union will have a Hallowecrf
Cdhl -'.: .-" ----_-- ---.--III I his ministry in the Methods. and' they have two children, Rebecca Nov. I I. All : member) ;: at Bishop Moore in Or-I costume party at the home of Mr.
shing church Rev Stuart has also been 7:30: a.m., Holy ; Members
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 : Susan, ten, and John Russell and Mrs. IX P. DcUerry.
a member of the committee on nine. \Holy Eucharist and 51111< : ; on the service roll of the unIon
1 ","a ....". ministerial qualifications; a member I II I a.m., Holy Fuchnrist I1R5T METHODISTStuart: are invited also.
ltd of the Florida Annual Conference C'OMMDNITY non The L'piioopil (' morning at the
1 '
Owner ijttvtes $25,000 Profit en will have their Unit I Sunday ; rv"e:
Wide St Lucie Commission on radio and Jensen Beach ) service and Wednesday, Oct 28; JJO: p.m., 11:30: and l 11 l o'clock. Rev
AhP television; district secretaryof Offering I I II Chi)ir rehearsal (note Forrest II. Watkins will !speak oflf,
BE INctU Rivera u n o r
WHICH CAN stewardship of the Sarasota; district Morning worship service,, 9:30: blue envelopes at each I "Je u, Said 'Forgive'." At the.
.. ... each Sunday; second worship service Monday Nov. 2: change); ft:30: pm., church supper
n.d. a B.ta D.lu. and several times he nerved 7:4.Vhis
: :: ..:J.BI'I': Methodic Men'sClub evening worship service at :
cendlt1-.d. a ponsored by
Air ,..d..... ;....Ithulkhwd at district of youth work. II a.m.. each Sunday; Midweek vestry meeting. '
Fine at conditioned f 41 5 Cltnu: ; 7:30: p.m., Chancel! Choir k'riciU be "The Big DC
: ..... AAA LMMkM.ALSO. worship service, 7 p.m. each
He also member
Rental UnHs was a of the Thursday. TRINITY rehearsal. ceiver, Sunday school for all alienbegins "

R lit ft. rnnl M MtfhWMt t. MllMortk Alachua County Mental Health Thursday, (Oct: 29>: 7:30: p.m., at 94S; am. and Training
0 Ball House, .t Stu.rl. N.w CBS kldi. lull- Association; Alachua Corinty Tuberculosis Other meetings: Youth Fellowship Thursday Oct. 29: : Union each. Sunday evening a.,
bU hadp' .s a 5... 'N.. ,..t. and Health Association 6:30: p.m. each Sunday; Senior choir commission" on stewardship and)
Tackle Shop -a- *t >: : S.ah pr.w.ul.a. Lre.l." ; practice. f inn nee meet at church office :
Choir, 7:30
,.1.Id. -. past president of an elementary : p.m. each Wednesday Sunday NoV. I: 6,10.Mon".y afternoon at 3:30: the
v.Dial : : I Friday Jet JO: 9 a m.. Hallo
0 Boat and MotorsRestaurant Owner 281-4M3 school Parent Teacher Association, each ; Junior Choir, r>::30 Anonymous p.m.. 9:45: a.m.; church. II ; : warn party at Mcthodmt. Kindergnrlcn Junior (;I1'IA' Auvlmry and' Sunbeams
and has always taken an active I Wednesday; Alcoholics (the to t he will meet at the church.
0 seating 100 y or writ. Rt 1, Box; 163, Stuart pan In ministerial Is clallons. At 8 p.m. each Wednesday I p.m. strip Everyone i invited
United Slates The conference: for church
y II.Inlast in the school 1 Re\ronsl : Sunday Nov. I: 8:45: a.tn., morning .
Sunday meeting room
the. time he ia chairman
present the New Nations"hlondiy and committees will be heM
i. ttrfloh and Chicken -:. Monthly I meetings: official I worship I Ii; \V:43/: amjr colfee:
at 7:30: at the WestsWe Baptist
I Nov. 2: 7:
Dinners break: 10) ant. church achoolj.ll;
hoard 7:30: third Tuesday'
p.m. ; Church fn Fort Pierce
W.S.C.S. meeting at .
Church Aid Circle,' 1:30: a.m., morning worship 11, topic
i Four Acres. Several fourth )p.m.Circle Tuesday Nov. 3; 8 of both\ services: "It* Difficulties Thursday afternoon at 3:30: the
Rental frafter #aree K Wednesday; Friendship ,dial heard of Disciplcship;;' ft' p.m. Youth Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary and'
,, fourth Men'
; p.m. Tuesday;
UM Cherub and Carol Choir* will'meet
7 .Choir rehearsal Brotherhood, 6:30: p.m. third Fri Saturday Nov. : : ; p.m.
$115,066. day. adult Sunday!!) 'school: tll.. meeting. I! at the church The Woman's.Mlsakwary '
Union business and'
I Every adult invited. I Monday Now :2 I: 1 a.m., mcn'i
Down meeting will be held on.
29% program
OSCFOI.A: MF.IHOOIST STRFFTSOUIHIRN : B.IPIIS'IS I MKEr: prayer group, Nov.in sanctuary.TiiesJuy 3: ;2 p.nt.Ihtr. Tuesday. evening at 7 JO at the

Finance for You! Mrs L. F. lmenkn! Circle: meet at 'h 0 parsonage; clinch
Sunday school at 930.: There I is
58 ACRES SALE! Martha Circle meet it Mrs, A.
a class for each age group, including has River announced Ass that- t h C.ll"Ion'. homo; 'V3O; am"Jotnne ALL SAINTS' r.PISCOPALJensen
adults Baptist
home Included, Circle meets at Mr. J. M Beach
Cleared rWfnhmd, frame
an's Union
1 Your Choice of 20 Different Models. Morning worship! service !Sunday its Missionary Hcllpemtell't home.SAt.rRMO Thursday, Oct. 24 Martyrs of
14-ni tn hlghssay road frontuR, I at 11 I, The ""rd', Supper will quarterly meeting on
3 and four.bedroom homes from $12,500) be observed this at the I-int Baptist (," Uganda/ : 10 a.m. Holy Communion
400 ft creek frontage i I Sunday Ion pierce. The meeting MUmifRSMKIIIODIM, Intention: "Church in Africa."
to $25,000. Pastor office noun will he at 10 and those : I'rtduy. (Jet. 30: h a.m.. Remitent -
gin/ a.rrt., :
$595. PER ACRE held' each Wednesday afternoon are asked to take "" Wednesday! : 7 p.nu. choir prac Holy Communion.: Intention:
LOW DOWN PAYMENT. Conventional 'from I to 3, or at other times by nurseries' will be open it UN'I: lice; 7:30 p.m., "Iha. Hour of "Ihe I Departed,"
appointment: announced.CllURdl. Puwcr" wlli! be held. The service Sunday Nov I, All Saints'
22.year mortgages. __.Prayer service and bible study mil conclude: our twenty-four- Day: 7io: () a.m.. Holy Communion .
Wednesday night at 7:43.: Presently OIFKFRS! hour prayer vigil for Mir nation ; 9 a.m., Family Communion,
SMALL HOME 0 BUILD ON YOUR OWN LOT, the pastor is conducting study CtlMC M! .SKI and leaden. At 11:30: p.m. .the" church. "school; U.J a.1".. Holy

I whether paid for or not (in some areas.) from the book of I Peter Sunday school 1 teachers and officers Communion; 7:30: a.m., Women's
The Woman' Missionary So.rlt'ty The annual clinic tar : will have their business /meetIng United! Thank Offering Corporate
will meet at the church on officers and member : Communion.
-Parm t'ky- 100 ft. LrtWell dl'lllnfd-bt taelghborhood For Fall DrtaBsv Thone Me, Reversing Charges Thursday, Nov. !5. at 7 ..... All commitiee, sponsored Saturday morning at *;JO there Monday, Nov. 2, Commemoration

of nice borne*-Lance Living Room vfth !beam women are inviled.I.m..RAN Training Union I Mill 'bo a work., puny held it the of All Souls: 10 ..01.. Requiem "
rtllfaig Two Bedl'OO'lMTn.' Bath Furnkhed too Indian River Baptist church. Holy Communion. Intention/ :
I .. will he held at the West
ANDREW LAPPLEPhone HOUR NOW Sunday morning worship "aerv.Ice "For the l Brethren. Kinsfolk and.
tint Church In Fort Pierce
IN MKSI AFRICAAppointment : will begin' at .JO.; Holy' CoiivmimloH Benefactors of the Parish.. 7 30
day night, Nov. 2 "" win, .
he unnerved. The
a* a radio script I. : ) pattor p.m* vestry meeting
West Palm Beach (&1.2315or writer and program editor for the 7:30.The clinic win be" / will bring' 'a message on 'W Tuesday, NoJ., Of the Oclevel -
conciliation. Ih athonJ
Ijithcran Hour radio' ministry to Sunday 7 a.m., Holy. Communion. ,
FINE HOME BUY Write me, Box 648, West Palm Beach Went Africa has been accented by general R. Thompson direction. field eat t the, hour wilt follow al 10:45.: Fpworthleague I I Richard: Hooker, priest; t p.m.,
Robert O'Sullivin of Richmond. "" will Mart. It ftt.W. ) p.m. Nuunr workshop; .J:10 pin.. chil
//dl.ue.., I calf/ The two-year appointment District 12 of the 1 1 here ,It a claw for each age INllr.j dren' Inquirer's. class: "'M p.m..
120 ft weU'landscaped Lot-C.44 Two Bedroom, Two I ConvenliiMi: The evening worship .
.. was made by the missionary board St. Ann's Guild meeting; p.m.
Florida Room 23 ft living" Room-9 z U 1-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Mart at 7th; ).
Baths!, 26 ft of the Lutheran Synodical Con- i !a.dufy' Inquirer's slew
ft Dfnmi. Room 12 k IS ft. Kitchen LF.ADFRSIUP (' Tuesday: 7IS: p.m., the Mrn'i I '. Nov. 4: 7 a m.. !Holy
----I"---IT 1I"Rio I )MVI.MBK 5 ANI>> Evangelistic: T>am MIA meet in the I .Wednesday. mmuniu .) Intention! "'''or the

Choice Waterfront PropertyOwner :'\!. KSTATE ltR SALE 10 The Woman' Sunday school1; annct.flf Community r. Thin Pariah .Serves.'*

$22,000 I .1 lon of the Indian River JOSEPH(: CAttlOLIC
Association: has planned JWOII't! NitNI'ESISKngdom

Looking/ for a reship course.. for all oUIe WieMay Mw.... on Monday Hell nisi Road
come ? in and see our many Will Sacrifice trader and youth .. through IrMajr are .l LIP: i.m., Thur 7:30 'heocralle'hlllnhtry
dtiy: :
New Home Nov J-A al the First I P.m.
and on Saturday at& 7:30: I.m I 1:30
EXCLUSIVE OFFERINGS tlROAri LUCriJWith Church In roil Pierce. !School of Religion for high/( SthtKil: ; : p.m., serv
ON ,
200 FT. ST Look at sion will begin al 10 school srtHlcnu every Mon.hy'rom Ire" meeting' theme: (clllrajlluu"!
in the DivineW1H.
ly Persevere Doing
conclude al 2 .
' p.m 7 1 to H .IIt. and for elementary / ."
v'WATERFRONT, ACREAGE, ilOMES: : ETC Heights ennui Mudetiu every Saturday
Seawall Legion UNITED CHURCH 01' front' 9)30) to 11:30: s-... Sunday: 4 p.m., public discourseby
R C. head, tubjevt: The Divine '.
SEE Tho of St.
women Joseph "pdrUh
Itt JT.YSFN' BF-AC1I' f.ptl..I'al f Vatm ) Guide for Successful Marrlare"
a >
Property has depth of 484 ft. (J\t.: 2N 7:30: pm., t will make thcit nunikl tel.t on '
NORTH RIVER| SHORES (burl Circle, Mrs lets ht weekend of Nov. >* at the ; 3:15: p.m., Bible study
SAM RHODES wnh aid of Watk-hiower.theme
NORTH RIVER FORE.URtVER Limits lubfect/ Inmate Out tI"" house< ,In Uniano. Cath ;
RIDGE Within} City; ; of Stuart I hulk' (,:("111",1111", IfI ..* and non-Crthollc* ere Invh- 1W Word the True Gukkflaw,

CONSTRUCnOTsf, INC 1 Now 1: 1 II a.M.. If*; ", AIt'.oman wishing fc> attend M.."
STUARTS LEADING WATERFRONT: COMMUNITIES DIAL 2I7-47I lion of the'" Sacrament" of I rwy call Mr*. P. ,Schraiwi Hr2HM55I. Tw Jayl 110: p.m., Bible study;
Nice Rambling Frame Home and Cottage (.ommun 6'ln, Sermon, "|) theater "the. Deviating of Zlon.
rut Baker, Sake Manger I cessily," Reception of The awn of St. Joseph pariah' Assemble at Kingdom. Hall for
tifut If II..' hers make a retreat at Our\ Lady field. mlnMry, Saturday and Sun
C. B. Arbogdst ltrl Lawns, Trees and ShrubsSee HorUa" .. Monastery ,IA North'aim day, 9:13: .. a.m.
I Beach: on the weekend of --- -- '-- -'
2021. FM rvwrvaiiona call
AND ASSOCIATE Year Stoker e* MMM Owner "CLOSE IN" '. khratwieer fUxnu/ln 217-1 1 II 1*.
REALTOR Trading tump" an Mill needed RIt
AT 7-2607 AT 7.3232 or the annual !bauar to>> be heW' t
252 EAST OSCEOLA AVTMUE'( STUART 211...... WORTH HOW MUCH gc '12. Please drop your Nampa
.... tutt the boa at the church door,
U (Ire)

$2000? $1000? rUnJF.M'-R ,umlru lee
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Worship services: are held every
i iI !lunda, morning at I and 10:30.

C. o. RAINEY. Realtor Vea, .... arrraf .b aM< far MNh W HM ,.swt. CWfdfOne a.. cU. and Sunday aukovl are
& 9:1): tm.
a large. awMrtadon. ai .HI. a few lu.dr4 test .Human j Guilt} and Divine. ) For-

IT I. N. I awl. has ayfrxBiiBMy.. 20tMr ,......" M a "" **" Is tMw1.ret of this

..ord.ow.F. .ck', episode of "Ibis.. It the

I RESIDENTIAL II EXCLUSIVE 7 II I SPECIALS /.TV," the"program Lutheran Sunday Church's morning weet SPIED 65

1.2 IIF.DRrn4 C1S-Jlt. News 1'nIJ. I. PORT St.-WAIL LUAtr-Nar c.w I. I4w.i2160'-0TAN .'to/ JUn.allult wants taiaee'lrti Sal m.4 Wfm .fade lV:rre tr Sunday Channel afwrmorv' al ". Carcuh CARS

GL --. IltdIrII, Water View. c..s.-IM .... Energies lay fir If'k "'r 1a.. i1. 113e.00 pee ,.... tJ9S PIX AtRK Tenet Mat panned caw dawn .. rmll..... Day Rally will be 5tKRU1

M !'DI npttMlte srakr frond, 1IaeC H .... who. ear aItor4 dd .....A aa--. 2. SI 84srs. ..1 cwt Spetw fear to per, I al Trinity Church I. Fort t T
Map'' N Jlf"JCftW .... ..... ..._.._. .H.... '1m, commencing al 3JO.
U-.Jd $15,000. M a1tw. I Ldaelegv "nod aAd. PIIMS". .la the t1 f*e SQIM5

2. WATTR1: ONT-2 ...... J $aih 2. traACIn'E hOME a IK."PtU- J. 8f01'Y-OA. U. s.. .. C.ed bay a' Ural farrtfaBMt fer fe1t .lit BUM, iHveWmml f Dr.Sund4t Oswald on the Hoffmant Lutheran' I-lour

w..... c.... A ....... $-Itt.M fa61.C..dfdn.e1 r..vw. spat I
ur Seta fiat Air n.at enped w1tR 2/ aMa ad J k .. 73) p m. putt WSTIK 14MIT

Florda ... U..21'. ..... salsa ... bsq tar ..... K nor 4. 7''tiNJ NEW SECflO. V.I. I-E. Every Tuesday evntng VastoTVwiakl
5tpanN Dkb= It--. lkirl New. N. *". DwpIn varied' w J'nrfJ an. AI Nina f. J....., ell M..ei pr.Mrf. [ Schroeder Mntucti a'Q

'lasing c- Valued a' Sl6MO., tOt' ......... Fatly ...... 5. JEW *ESTAL'RA.4T-4W wsrw M. P. NELSON, R :30.,* Co Bl Wednetdty. cl.!..., bf'flitIC trminj It a f I 1Etg peded speed Ikmlts.

i M an adult fcadefilu eta..k. .. base bees estabiWed t6

800 (3WRADO AVL''t.'IC PUlL bbaibY! 1 lOB EriMOM: D&1L p 7.2147 Ae da.w IXtEN NTLSbN, >L "....,* ti.\I) eUftt1'.PW1..t.:... h Ja'. baud ala pr.reel. lHorabt safe nnimum coruHUons DRiK tab.

1r1UAltT. h.Ot b ;r .= --- 121 fail Octaai BoalrvaH ,..... AT -" Tb chuh U open tvcnr fl.y

.. f. f'l>lt ....... .....- ... rw. ... "I- .. ...1 4 Mu IMs f i ... L o tae. nro.9 M J foe ela tio
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I+ S-B THE STUART (Tb.) NEWS Thursday, October 29, 1964 II


MCALLISTER, Correspondent 597-2557 _

I Bridal Showers BrightenThe s

Local Social SceneA

wedding shower wu held in Mrs Ftol Hicks Mrs. Woody Eunice -
honor of Mrs. Betty Harrison at Louise Sowers, Mrs, Keith
the home of Mrs. Paul Harrison. Mitchell, Mrs. Hazel James, Miss
The hostesses were Miss Myra Lynda Garrett Mrs. Polly Mitch
Jackson, Mr*. Rachel Baker, and ell, Mrs Lucy Mitchell, and Mrs. BTAM
Mr. Maudie Harrison. Garnet were Hazel Tracy.Those .
played, and cake, punch: and coffee not attending but send- SAVE PLAID STAMPS FASTER with the purchase of the EXTRA PLAID STAMP merchandise listed In thiF r-...
were served. lag gifts were: Miss Sparkle Dus- advertisement M AP. Plaid Stmnp-O-Rama b deigned to encouniRO Early FREE CHRISTMAS GIFT seleetlon4U .-------------------1
Those attending were: Miss Ann tin, Miss Sandra Mixon, Mrs Chris fill several books rftAtU PLAID ,
01 variety and qualify-pliu sizable cash savings too-Why QUICKLY Save only Plaid
Harrison, Mn. Tazzie Harrison, Wilder, Mrs. John Flowers and
Mrs. Francis Jackson, Mrs. Etbert Mrs. Dean Smiley. Stamps" for fine gifts faHter."SUPERIGHT". '25 STAMPS STAMPS i
Moss( Mrs Henry Lelghow, Mn.
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF .s7 i aad Purcaaaa al
Cubic Johnson, Mrs Jan Rhodesof Mrs. Dorothy Lambert has been QUALITY with Thai Ceu_ sd Funk_ With .tlOC"M OFPRODUCE ,
Scbring Mrs. Gladys Snipes, ailed out of town because of the I
Miss Deborah Snipes Linday and illness of a grandchild. While she I bottle of I
Cecil Catkins, Mrs. Charles Gar- Ia away Mrs Jack Dodge is working TABLETS 100 $129 I, I
nil Mrs. Phillis GarraU and for Dottie. A I Goa thur .I Del ... Ml* 1031MBUFFERIN
Martha Jackson. Mrs Chris Hall S S CoN tII w 5.1. Oct SI Ml* 10 I-M I I e

sent a sift but did not attend.A Air Johnney Parsons, who is In the .. : e _. :;I J... !..;
at West, visited his :
bridal shower honoring Miss Key &!!!--------------------------I p.ii --------- -------------- ------ 1
Nora Mitchell was. held Thursday parents, Mr. and Mrs Claude Parsons -------...------t: .:=UUUlllUn: : I
night, Oct. 22, at the home of Miss last weekend. Boneless Fun Cut OOM Trimmed i a 'M'MUllIl1 i I' Gahn PLAID =1'
Linda James, the hostess. Games Miss Ivy Lou Beret of Belle ftft '"
were played and cake, punch and Glade and Miss Margie Wall of ROUNDMinute T. ONE ktvta PLAID ...! ,8 \\rv \ STAMPS, K!
other assorted! snacks were served. Palm City, were the weekend guests C Clone TrimmedSIRLOIN C I !STAMPS It: ;! ""1
Those attending were: Sylvia of Miss Juanell Prevatt Sunday CUBED .! : WIG tbC c-.o. ... 'u w.l II:
Beach, Diane Tracy, Diane How. afternoon, Mrs Wanda Prevatt, BooelewSIRLOIN With Thl Ceupaa and ....... at UJ,I ; 3 Cans of llormel .i 1
ard Linda Sutton, Mare Wall., Juanell, Ivy, and Margie visited in Ground I ly I 3 Cam of Del Monte LIght "I j jOIUNK I'! CHILI l5-0z. I
Janet McAlLUer, Clements Belle Glade TIP beaDl3 $100
with Mrs. ROM Arm- ROUND
Juanell Prevatt, Donna Smith, strong, Mrs. Prevatfs mother The Bonelcwi :ia.. 3 7z. $100 1 wkh can.. .. .1
Janet Smiley Joyce Smiley, Mrs. I. TUNA CIUIII Coo4 lbw lal. Oct 1MI. 0-31.
of this I
irpoM! trip was to take
Your Choice TOP ROUND ..
Joann Waldron, Mrs. Loretta CoIctti Miss Beret home after her stay c.... thru Sat, Oct. SI Mia. L ai 'j. i .
Miss Pamela Schermer, la. lb. Your Choice lb. XRu: : .. &;-_!__.!..__.._------- .
Miss .nell. ------------------- ---------
Verne Sowers, Vickie Youngblood, Judy Denny and Miss Melba .
------------- Ultllt.!":.:
Ctieryl Adriance, Carol Yoder, Merritt of Stuart were the t i
Susie Hopkins, Maude Ann Tracy, weekend guests of Miss Sparkle
Dustin. Saturday they attended aD.C.T. Iygrade Brand Special Feature Allgood Bacon 2-lb. pkg. 79c Medium Quick FrozenSHRIMP I if__ PLAID ..i
district meeting in West
Faye Taylor SocietyThe Palm Beach. After this. they returned .- SMOKED HAMS Superight Franks Lb. pkg. 49c LB.79c STAMPS Ii:
home .
with Miss Dustin until With Thl. Caupaa M* rurchaaa I
Paye Taylor Society held Sunday Cap'n John's Frozen Fried Fresh FMi At Your A&P :

its regular meeting at the Dunk. Saturday, Diane and David Gale HALF.. AllSHANK 39 C FISH STICKS... 3 10os. 1 OO Mackerel I Fillets t .. 49c I ii JOHNSON'S 1-qt $1591
1m Memorial Baptist Church on bad as their guests at tile Anchor- WHOLE LB. *KJU PORTION LB. pkp. LB. : KLFAR 7. ..
ii ca:1a
Monday night. Oct. 26. Yacht Club in Rio Mr. and Mrs I!. (:..d thw IN- II 10-.1. eN...,
The topic was 0 Worship .
The King" Those on the OR SELI-RIMNG .n.Ha:.:.:..
program were Mrs. Frank Prevail Gale's mother and father FRUTASTEDRINKS PUMPKIN SUNNYFIELD.:1- :
Mrs. Ted Lott, Mrs. Roy Mr and Mrs. Archie Faille, '
Muse, Mrs Archie Cox Mrs have returned to Jensen Beach after '
Frank Baker, Mrs. Floyd McAl a five-month stay in Massachusetts. PIES FLOUR
$alter and Mrs. Perry Brooks. The Gales arranged a dinner ii.--
Mrs Adie in their home Sunday
Other present were evening
House, Mrs Charles Hagood, Mrs. for some belated celebrating of
Lloyd Smith, Mrs. Charles Bemus, two birthdays and one annJverary. 3 1h Gal. $ 00 1-Lb. s.oz'39c 5 Lb. 39c IIIi' wttb nin.. C..e..d Pw.b..t
Mrs. Lenard Chase, Mrs* James Mr. and Mrs David Gale )ugs. BagHALLOWEEN i 3 Cans Any Flavor
celebrated their '
Morton, Mrs. Richard Smith, Mrs.Bob anniversary Oct.
Rutherford, Mrs. Jerry Scott 8. David Gale! celebrated his birth SEGO 3 can 89c
day Oct. 5, and Mr. Faille's i" ..
and Mrs. Leon Beede. on CANDYQuality Wed thin a.t. OcL It MI& 10-.
This group's community missions Oct. 20.

to for the regular next quarter attendance will be at Mr. and Mrs. George Miller Candy All Wrapped Pieces ...-----.. ; .-.-
promote celebrated their twelfth anniversary Ebony Elegance :.auu.. .
mid-week prayer service, and planned Tuesday Oct. 27, FLINT.' 50 HAND.) ,I-Ib. I ,
ii\ visitation for the church. to the Millers. STONES ctWORTHMORE 49c OUTS IVio0L li'.atII

'., PTA CARNIVAL FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. William C. Young STAINLESS TABLEWARE HARD CANDt.100 59c POPS WORTILMORE cl.85 59c Ii; .,. cHpsD. .:
celebrated 1
their first
wedding anniversary .i
The Wwftelj Par. I
1 ant Teacher Association 'Js sponsoring Wednesday, (X t. 28, .. _, SWIZZFLS CANDY"ROLLS ct 50 *yin tJ/C_ MALTED BALLS MILK :: f 07C n ,H With TItle Caapaa aad PvreaaM af :i I
,, ita annual Halloween Carnival Warficld School Parent Teacher II.4 Johnson's,
1 at the school Friday night, Association will hold Its No- I.p" 10-oz.
98 CI
Oct. 30. Tickets will be on sale vember meeting Monday night at GLO-COAT: can
+ all day at the entrance of War-
'i the school All Interested
parents 'a I- Goad thru Sat. Oct. SI Via. 1031EtalD-*
h field School. are urged to attend.
1 Carl Sanor, Mrs. Jack Norris,
} and Mrs. W. C. Caveny will act W.S.C.S. held its meeting at the '
as judges for the costume content home of Mrs. Jeanette Clements on 1'1 .
to be held after the parade Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Betty Dear- H ,.: f, ,i
There will be prizes for the ian was in charge of the program. '
moat original costume of both the Eight members were present.Wednesday .
boy and the girl, and a prize for .
J the preschoochildron. The parade night at the First ItNNFA DmNER 'J + $ With Thla Cw..d PIIft ... ;,
Methodist. ,;:ro'6' I. "I
will start at 6 o'clock and the Church the week of hRtig FOAtI' itA5P00N A y; e

judging will be at 630.: Mrs.prayer Ruth and llclsel self denial wa was in charge held. 3-PIECE II INSTANT 6f5 .... '$105 'I!

4-II CLUB GIRLS MEET:; of the program. Sunday a covereddish I C nt t'EE J JCaad Jar
dinner will be held for all .. "ru'Oc'I&IWI'* '
The ,iris' 4-H Club met at the members and their guests PLACE SETTING JUICY FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT I.
i Methodist Church Monday afternoon Ib. 'e ._

after school. There were SLUMBER PARtY DINNER IINIFt ........_.... ..................5 bal 39c rL..::...:..... :..:":..;..;":.;==::==
twelve girls there and leaden Mrs. '
DINNE. FORK N.Bilt.. .
A slumber FLORIDA
James Wood and Mrs. TalmadgcYK party win held In tREMI I,3.8Z8 '

1 .!JM-M Howard The meeting was hold'to start honor birthday of at Miss her Star home Wall's Oct twelfth 23. \ \ .DlNNUTWPOOIC ORANGESMEDIUM ......................................... 5 :a 59c It'15 PLAID
t their projects. There ,will be a Gomes were played and cake., YELLOW STAMPS
punch and party snacks were served
\ meeting Monday at 2:30: rw

t and month on the there every third will Monday be a of business every Those during attending the night were: Star Wall, I ONIONSLUSCIOUS _.........._._."._....................5 I bag Ib. 39= :I..!.. | With T.1e Catwaa Johniton'l aad Parahaaa

meeting.will start All at 6:30 business: p.m.meetings at ,the Sandy Beverly Williamson Yoder, and Evelyn.Debbie Wright Cox. 9 9 It Y GOLDENBANANAS 1 I!5! PLEDGE: 7-or.CM 89c .

_' I\ civic center Modern Math Class II .. .... ......... ...... ... ... n,10c II! CoN thru Sat. Oct. St Mia. 10-11-44

I PERSONALSMr. Starts for Parents Bl' safe .. I YELLOW BARTLETT JUICY RED 10KAY L..... X'WZ.XWE'ISIf1GS .... .. .......---j

and Mrs. Ralph Adrlance a Pears 2 .. 29c Grapes 2b, 25c 50 Extra Plaid
and daughter Cheryl, visited with The Adult Education Department deI.lroof i 40 WITh III! PIICUS! !I Stamps
Mrs. Martin Nygord Saturday in announces another new Ullil With the Pwchaae of Emu of the Folkmlif"NO
a West Palm Beach hospital. They course. PRICES LN THIS AD GOOD THRU SAT, OCf. 31. 1964 COUPONS NEtESiARY":
also visited at Dunklin Memorial ICE Ttsapoua a Gravy Latll I Carvhig. Fork I
This course will b e modern Our Owe 4.1b..
Camp with Rev, and Mrs. Mickey mathematics: for parents!, and the S Cocktail frock e CV Sate Only Phi f Stamps TEA' ......... .. pkg 35 C
Evans. Mrs. Laura Evans Berry Spoon >bij
organizational will be Butter KnifeShcU
meeting at
Get f/M Gift faster Am PageB4RBECUE 18-0
.r' ?. /
has also been lick and confine Stuart Junior High School cafeteria Slipi' I Cake Save.. hiker 5.\VCE.. hob 33cOpe
to her belLMr. at 7:30: p.m. Thursday evening T..pootI tat wus.ttANnc a r.cwe n. COMPANY. K

and Mrs. Floyd McAllirter Oct 29 I Soup Spoon Cold !Steal Fork F.\OI $149 Betty PANCAKE Crocker MIX .. 2-mi.. 39 CI
were hosts to members of the All parents are urged to be SALAD FORK 110 limit 1 pII.
{ 7oung married class and their famHies present for this initial meeting Diner Fork Servian Spoon A 1 1 AIM PageBLACKBERRY "T35c
of the Dunklin. Memorial whether or not they have children EACH EACH Dlnner Kaba 49c ea. JELLY
I Baptist Church at a covered dish In the mathematics course. 29c 69c' I' Mum DI
held their home At the nollmU ore limit I SteM Kat" Sgt as CREAM 49c
I supper at Sunday Thursday meeting, parents DEODORANTAnn
afternoon. Special guests were the will divide Into groups, and I :30 AJlt to 6:30 PJVU Monday J thraJO Thursday Page Prepared 204Sos.
pastor and his family, Rev aDd determine: how many groups there to 9 P.M, IXdayt WO to 7 P.M. S unfay SPAGHETTI .... .. 2 ntr 37c
I Mrs. Ted Lott and children and will be. the meeting date, how
1 the Training Union director, RIch- often they will meet, and length of
ard Yoder, and his family Thirty. each session. SUNSHINE CHOC. Of. STAR-MS 6)los.35C:: PERSONAL SIZE BARS BATH SIZE BARS
two person were present to enjoy< Between fifty and sixty NUGGETS 15 x.pkg.O.7CCOLD 111FATiUN,\ IVORY"SNOW IVOiYUQUID ,
this supper.The have already. It is expected signed up that for t theaverse. Is.course .1DUR .. .... .. .. !-lb., 59 GI1NT ROLL ... _., 39 1 I I
boys' 4-H group met Saturday BLUE PLAITS IWIaIrdti '
Pinkbury otBiscurrs
afternoon.for Oct. 24. The boysproject for about will two meet hours.once a week MAYONNAISE qL >Jar 59 C 1-0&.10C 'P.... 35C I.65C .4 for 29c 2 for 41 C
/ Saturday
was to place
,I 4-H signs on the roads entering for further Information. concerning -
I Principal Joseph McCoy at Stuart DUZ SPIC'N'SPANVbG. lflAA'GmNE
Diane Barkbciiner of Hohe Junior High School or E. B. I Orange
Sound spent the weekend with MUM Morton, director of adult educa
14 Janelle dements. tion.GOLDWATER. 7:81c ; .79c p&':' 29c 79' 2169c: ::27c



COLDWATERi THURSDAY, OCT. 29 U 10 Butter* p Sauce|. 33c "*kk;:-33t ...35c G"sza": .79c 4.33c 1* : 33c
I BARRY 9:30: TO 10 PAL, CBS TV, OI 4



Paid! for by Republican. Executive Comm.raM FalltlMl of Martin. ,A<... County aaat> : 21kr.33c ::::65c at4 39 ",BuKtr:39c ,s.39c


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Thursday's Last Thursday, October 29, 1964 loC
Vista's Drainage

ropic Day to Ask for sure to vote.Absentee .

'roblem Is SolvedFive Absentee Form I I marked, must ballots be ,in after Mr.they Blake-are
Being I slee, office not later than 5 p.m.

Thursday. Oct. 2 election. Ballots need not bedelivered
Five work b 1 County ber in the form of an efficient had county employes start a drainage i Jy! ,, tot making application for I in person. They can be
nissioner Jack Saundenon apan drainage ditch in the Tropic Vista ditch through the south end ;r'".-rate ballots for participationin mailed, but must be pouted in timeto
to be set to dividends area. of Jonathan Dickinson State Park, the e pay reach her office before t h a
when it 5 .* s I" 1Nov 1, according to Mrs.
but tho work was halted tx
late October or early Novem- Even before Saunderson. was $ r, ., deadline.A .
elected a commissioner in 1960. was discovered ,that there wen Zola Blakcslee supervisor" of registration
he became interested in the drainage some privately owned loU in tho I
problem occasioned by umiMul- way even in the park. This applies to any person eli petrified forest at !least 80.
ly heavy rains in the south Martin The county: purtuasej six lots S S V't:'. $ piNe: to vote in Martin County I 000,000 years old has been discovered
County community, where for $750, according to Saunders II 1f;{ ",'" who may not be in the county on in the central Asian desert
GREA1I. cesspools overflowed in the fall son, and! also! purchased a right- e 55a. "''''{' i ckktion day, but who wants to be of Kyzyl-Kum.
of 1959. At that time his interestwas of-way for $3,000 through the s I
through/ Civil Defense since Harry Acres' property abutting on
he was then as now. Chief of Port the Loxahatchee River, into which I Ask tis about a
I. when yaw we bow Talor Salerno Volunteer Fire Department the ditch would drain. w
\Ashley> puts the facts about Innirance Then followed a long waitinj, PERSONALITYSTYLING

before you clearly and As a county commissioner he period,were during explored which to ways completethe and : J(' "' '
roaebel)'. Remember, klckneM work. i\'VU- i iP ) y?

':and accident can put an awful I GA STORAGE deal Finally with, Saundenon Dickerson worked Inc., and outa \'? II :t: :) Our aspen| Mr styli b win

dent fa your pocketbook. WAREHOUSE Rood Landscape Company, whereby : r I J'" crash a Coiffure that: suits
I Ir Dickerson would use its heavy] jour my own pmonallry.
Storage by the equipment to dig tho ditch and ... / Call fur an apl" Atnaeat.fI' .
they and Rood would take the
soil for filling nearby property as AMONG the members of the Episcopal Church: Women who recently helped decorate the new
DayVeek payment for the work quarters of the Cracker Barrel are, left to right Mrs. Donald! Armstrong Mrs Donald Kirkputrick, POWDER PUFF
Month Year The work started Friday and Mrs. Stanley Smith and Mrs Bruce Leighton, Jr. Tho Cracker Barrel is open for business in its'
should be finished in ten days new location across tho direct from tho St. Lucit Hotel. BEAUTY SALON
USED FURNITURE & Saundersvn said. Including $SOO( .
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APPLIANCES for a culvert between the park and l Near Stuart Past Office
the river", the total cost to Mar
Specks Arc Biting in Canal
AlA GOLDEN GATE Managed by Vlrgie flash5
would be little more
tin County .
--- than $4,000 he added. .. : 117 K.: 7lli St., Stuart DM 2S7-49U

I i iIi Ocean BoulevardTo Fresh Sea-run Snook Will Give Cam let As' -- -- ---

Ii IiI q c TNER b,' the Be WidenedBy StateCounty You Best Fight of Any Species ervlae(

QG 'By IRNtST LIONS;.; "What do you call these?" 1 lip if you have dilticulty keeping
Commissioner Herbert asked, holding up tho stringer. I minnows alive, try pulling Expert DESIGN CONSTRUCTION
that !
Bruner announced Friday! that the Omitting ocean dynamo "You don't need to rub it In," a few pieces of cricked Ice on lop MAINTENANCE SUPERVISION
I false albacore Florida bo-
Slate Road Department will let the or he snid-and 1 apologize right now of the minnow bucketBent
j bids on tho widening and resurfacing nits and with' a bow of deference for so doing 5 W1IMC SELECTION: : OF \RDY PLANTS
of East Ocean BoulevardAlA to tho doughty Jack crevalle, 1 tip yet: uo !sKlypounJmonofilament SOLD RETAIL
( I ) on Nov. 17, know of no other fish in and You can, If you wish buy your' for 1 stringer, Keep ,
i COMPARE The stretch to be widened attends around the lower St. Lucia that speckled perch minnows from tho your speckled perch slave until you Pelican Landscape
I from Atlantic Court Apartments hold candle fresh minnow merchants. are ready to start home then clean \land
can a I.a sea-
RCAVICTOR ( : : to tho east city limits. At for myself I prefer tho native them and place them on ice Cook
t The city has co-operated with run snook. lop minnow to tho Missouri them that lImo night Specks area NurseryLOOP
NewWsfd TV 55. the county in securing tho right- There has been I run of these Minnow that I is currently marketed delicate pan fish if eaten soon ROAD, PALM 11 IT .
of-way, yellow-finned silver-sided new as good "speck bait. after being caught-but they lone
AGAINST ALLOTHERS -- _-_- arrivals recently at the south point Hero are two good ways to catch flavor if held over In tho icebox Phone 287.1918HOSPITALIZATION '=
I ROBERT NOWAJKM&M: of the inlet. top minnows Uo to the hardware for a day.or two ____ I
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AT GREAT LAKES A snook lust in from the sea store and get enough: strong wire -
sea Robert S. Nowajcwskl, seventeen has twicethe energy, vim and to make a tour.foot diameter circle -
ads son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew vigor of the same snook after It Using lace curtain" material PLAN
J. Nowajewski of North Federal has been in the river for a monthor or any light fine-inekh netting
*Unnrpnsedaf-ehrnnelVHFsnlUHFr.- OUR PRICE Highway, Jensen Beach has begun two. Dalton Anderson, myself muke a bag about two feet deep S GUARAN1III HhNtWABLE: fOR UtE WORLD WIDE COVERAGE
nption Powerful Km Vista Tuners basic training at the Naval and a few cronies used to cant for around tho wire. Tk 111nel NO AGE LIMIT: a ENROLLMENT: NOW OPEN
Trinsformw-powered 22,500 volt chassis(d.. Training Center, Great Lakes 111 them on moonlight nights off the leads In the center of tho bag and PAY MFIHCAL URS., OSltOPAlll) ANn NATIONAL HOME UfKCIHROrRVClDHS
iljriiv rsi )*Tinted RCA Pin-0.H,picture Y 3 J&ftft The nine-week teaming includes south point many years ago-and lie .lines, at four quarter of tho
tub *T..speaker"Goldo.Tluoal'sound JM fj naval orientation history and organization we always wound up with skinned Circle. Attach a polo to. the lines .
3 and / knuckles from
*One-set Vllf fins tuning seamanship ordnanceand bloody Drop) this net In shallow water
! TELEVISION gunnery military drill, first wild reel handles by day dawn. in almost any pond or ditch and
e THE .MOST TRUSTED NAME IN aid and survival.Nitroglycerine. There efficient throw bread or oatmeal in it for ACES OVER tClft1S90
back In those were times no -your thumbon drags bait You'II see the top minnows _. _. __$23ION1"_ !_ M ... .".. ... .... Frank's TV & Appliances! had its origin In tho spool was the dralt-4l11d come swarming in. -and all you
experiments in 1846 by Aicamo a "wild reel" ensued when your have to do to catch them is w lift ACM tO7 r; UNDER tlftft -
Headquarters foe IoU..... Color" TV Lobrero, but its force was not developed thumb got so hot that you bad to the. net. ll4! ...."..... ... *o* MONIII ii ........."...........-.._..._*l"w MONTH
387-3-156 until about 186J by Alfred lit 0. The second-bent fcay, because
_. _.L Colorado Avenue _"K Dial B. NobeL We caught/ many a amok and it I is more work, Is to use a long SN 10-29 Phase Furnish It Erie fnornailoaName '

we had many a blistered thumbto handled fine meshed minnow dip "..."...., ".""".'""".'....__... Ace

i e' prove ill net. Must of the nets sold hereabouts Florida Health Agency Ad
Nothing gets"around like a goblin withCHEVRON During tho. hurricane 5 season, It', fine have nigh mesh or" that nothing Is I Ux for large top, f a Bas 191, Uk" Worth Iwrlda. City ..............."........"..........****Slate...

now thankfully over 1 have been minnows,
enjoying catching speckled: perch I .'
from St. Lucie Canal ,
; oJh"speck," (black crappie) is
the mows beautiful of all > S.. .
the freshwater fishes. I don't know .
lG! ,
: :Ji' '
: I ,
why they call it "black, It is ; "
green and white and iridescent.And S I{" I ;'.
j" "an. 1 .
those that catch: out of ;
you < ,
the big canal that comes .M frontLake ;,: .

[I. ...1he LIVELIER gasolines! i fish Okeechobee that I ever are the saw.. healthicat When .. \ p,., iii"11' 'A '.

f" ; ; "
you clean them they have rolls w 1
,of fat like feat lard tu then stomach : ...,,. 'f
Gay occasions can: for these new and *. : I'
a I They are In the canal all year M
. modern motor fuel,m right for Dixie* !;\ I around. I remember with fur.I / ,M,
palming pace today. Choose from 3 I livable ((1 hope) amusement com FOR A I
great Chevron olines. Each packed ins down to a point on the" canal d'I'
tank in August and meeting an
with livelier performance, long-running economy. I old Cracker from Jnd tantowa. He s.r BRIGHTER '

Beaidee, in Chevron and Chevron Supreme you .I was having a ball catching: chan ..::
the different antiknock compoundthat nel catfish on worms.
get Methyl, FUTURE I r.tea.
When ho saw me impale a small
ad the built into
helps power your top-minnow and cast it out 1\41

car. Stop at Standard Co//idly with Chevron! asked"Specks.!; "What" I art said.you fishing.. forT" t START A ..

"Nobody catches specks until
he weather turn cold\ ," "ho ;informed \ SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Wa lake bettor can of your car
\ me. "Then the only place :.;
you can catch them .is out at Purl q

; tUyaca.I thanked/ him for the Information NOW li1 S;

STANOIL then hooked.! Undcd and ,
t strung up eight/ big I beautiful"
speckled, perch In the nut hour, #

-. _11."III, \
Ik l sIf
v Smolef 5-rjlt; ;
exert tuawrrw cts+wtt unrna

pp : 1 ? sae Must h oases you're planning to send your children to

college, if you're dreaming of a better home, .s.

1 SJ a long vacation-whatever you want in the

d future, a savings account at FIRST. FHf DKRAL .

,t rr will help you pave tho way.

It 4 0/0

fI, =-
1 t/-..... _1-- -:.=. DIVIDEND RATE
visit Soon-
ye. m twa 4sr lbaralagItnr us PCII ANNL'lU.S.

II tie tlmaa Wand IT

IrMa ).* 412 ::
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1 South Colorado Avenue '
agnirr4'CrerYlOrf''Iltmavt I
GlOOMINGOJU..IAI Often Dally 9 a.m.0 3 f>.m. ,.,.,. ."

!..1 aevtde ) Kk M..4; I Friday Evening S p.m. to 8 p.m. ''

I ,rare m. w oaxv : ..,. CLOSED JUUttlUYS fI1JAJlfJ1.ORJD. Sailfish Capital of the World
DANIEL W. McCLURE, Agent, Stuart / e.psM_. Ir.r I .
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Thumiay, October 29 1964 .

COMPLETE Iw.-4 SATPIePAVI0ite AlI hflnflet! MrPfB.ty"IClno."' .., I AtItrMN MiiW6iOfl "removes from the Constitution rcfeieaae -, that' either branch
'" : ot
TV r/ ll1e
1"ii. : l,
PROGRAMS .::. to matters over which the .lattre may propose a rc\ 1

I ...... a 1>1._ Commiseioner of Apiculture no all or wit of the Slate "iOn
.. WITU JUdla, Rtnart$.. lutlnc" .... : ti C... Are You Iooftr exercuet responsibility ttt n subject to < 1.@IaIIIfa.B.e.I ; :: The ** a 'fat Oil. MU ...ii' i... h. ,.. Puzzled by the approxat) 01 I ft h
TV .
.. > ... Mtrtolaii(ratraiii HaMtta. .... farah. .. j. Qatib tutor ..... I .n.Ia. ........ 9-.CIVIL people Under existing ialv
ataMn .. 'I
.... lit Jfatrab. ;:. Th* Ma ..... w...., lug oannot itsut dnft'
......... .h....Mrt.. rs.pos,1b1.. M* am ..... ....iIftra", 111_" Ad fIR -.... Constitutional Changes JURY 1HE8 DADE ('OUNlYi rewMon of the entire
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I WEDNESDAY .. IhMla Mb- 0010-4 0." OM'-' html. allows ofvil J jury trull( m I bwt rather most leave! ComitLii
-Continued 7 81- AitsaS branch courthouse in Dade Coun. ''Itl1li t
OCT. : !
An up to a Constitutional

(..... ...\lE::; I: II.-t.r-: oonfulMl you UtI one! putztod(of many'whe are I the amendment. They will h I ty. The amendment modifies therequirement t which does not submit ('itrn'in\tm,

4 ($...... NwnIn. IMoMoorte., ........11'' Br nt<.11....... ... ... .......... a ..........iit. to FIoricli'.hy the placed on the ballot in the order that all county office*I u> the people. \ ,
.... ..
sa M.nd, w. .. .. Censul.
...... ........MPt. .. 4,3e.-4 I MooS..M.u 'Drso.wy.k". 1041. ..... C-- ;;;:: : .:Ml!: s .aadon wjk* w 45 in which they are listed. be in the county seat It does require
&. : Ia .. RuuIit .,ao.w..... Woodnwk.r si on 'I ... 151455n If....., tM ,,. 3 bell tl appeer on' the AMENDMENT however iertt the principaloffice AMENDMENT 12-F\TF.

t py 11ft.. E..nh> > ."I .,..-.., Mop. SS .,... rC'blert Thwe T LFCISLA-:- of the other I officers SIN OF GAS TAX Fn
| ... 1 V E
.. Oarftaa It tunn' e
.0Mkvla. tr, uo..4.. extend
Cam.. Bome' -I Wolth.r. ON'u .8 MIgbw.y 1cJ Pf be maintained in the county, to the year< Kj

I. > ( AltarammS.m. I.-=...' rim. .J114 A"_ ) ",_-in W. WMM to *..... n atdlet rtda"baWled!f' Contfiiuuon. existing gives constitutional unction to the scatAMENDMENT the. a.oea.ouof!! !! the 2 cent- ,tonti :,
M MaiMay for lii. apportionment formula of "
II aia s nt) 010.1' amendfnlrlfl.i ui.
I Otis5. i ax to tne/
C jf ,, ''''OIIIIM\'' Otuwust I isbn run Dadrfrllraaie I* ArMTaS.o'S fer. .. 3f t I. in our opinion a the Florida Lginature) It / sute lOa
I' b.a provides : 10 JUDICIAL Distribution Tnnt
.. I Isfi. .o.ho.hS,30.f Son. > Fund
.:.. Ie ..... Pt. I liberty .nd should for creation Prnci
II JII.... gtp.-4 be of fortvtwoaenatonul
liuwsIlmu *or I CIRCUII increases from sixteen this
.;.or" Tbi." usp p-, I Pu4riot "--..-.... .. -.. i ly money derived from
J Hor lnnT HoandCwalai Nq *.. *#S >.1'1" ,1. .,IHIWI I districts on the basis or 111;;
p 0... P11.14* fonmil ftw Martin inn a to twenty the maximum number of gasoline is earmarked/
Uu.U..uh1iy. ifcaai ? (oiHer economic ihron
J 7 M.w.. W..Mw. JlOJOOrt --- is I.. INM CanfMwwam countiet to do awiy with affinity gegraphic area of judicial circuits that may be the year 1993.AMENDMENT.
I: BeluntuSii IS $
.tOO.?** N.. pnrt., U L..ml. NtP.KuUPP" : tuhttbPu loM (MM* electing the tuperiniemJtnt of and population There would be
J I. lit... and W..1h. W..th.r ..41-4 .. : I et.....-7.It Putin' Pun** lie inMructlon pub. a total of established by the Legislature It
I It W&klu. N.oat-Wplt.o Cronkite 1-H; 0,71.4. .. T<-4 ...... ... and allow filling forty-three Senators one requires that each judicial circuitbe 1J-S\R\s
.rlO JCrl-Th.: Hili. T,004 H.k", kp '0. 5. ... .11... IV. | of that office/ by the from each district with TA COUNTY
eil!=I 8*. Hunt. :.t I, Call th* Vo t.. :: 14=- isnu Ponti1. ft* ..Hill.*..U.n roraU Show_ Ticked on to school board populous most I composed of a county or con EXF.MPIION HOMESFJ!
is N.... Ba ,I W.ihr, prti Vtso-4 .... .t 14li M BMivra tne : having ,Ih
I' "N.... fani.sI Moon* II Jllah...... M114: amendment |I. a' first $2.000 of the
I _11-4 N... fy'11 11,. ItIntiuupi.: I.olor II Mon.. ..... tit. W... to am u.I.l no..t abolikh the measure to The House" than fifty thousand! inhabitants except assessed valli
I ...0- p.rp M.... ) YaSV otnu, 'L o4 MMtkmT school tniMeet board of Representatives I that Monroe ation of t t. x exempt
Hgntl.y.brlkl.y .....,. 1,00-4 pour aid lIt'ol-: In County may homcMc,
I Martin would
I 0. .. Stoopai4ult be
I IS* (iwalfool: .'-11 Don.p lltop 8.r..ne I' Ai B... ...... .*..1 Waaa Tr.11I4 Oi.v.nn. Itood r: an hers Each
t .,..&-<< Jo/W.IIM/ ...300-1. 1 Dv. Ii lid... : Flarlnniaa": aiOtv Ml( aWirma' Show unnecenwiry office; most of the of the sixty-seven conn- population It further provides be taxable for school nurpo
..., Craiikft .0-I., T MmriHwnt. ?re ent ties would have
Ply TIo_ Moataaua truttee favor at least ,
,.OO-4 N'-lIunu.'rlnkJ.OnUs P0.-f Ion. !05owunu'. of' "port.' ..'0- ilia fkM It. abolishing/ sentative one repre that there shall be no reduction in only and that the next .5./MIII( ) 01

I IPlin. tal"r D.,. ..toll .r.-CI: :: "'lb; .lId sf#:, I I 7..iST II, Dan. A. good five with Ihe remaining forty the number of circuit judges resid! asel'alulldon' (from %2/O/) (,

V I'Th. Iton.r.. .... 04.ao8.11001'1 H.u.l, of bib... I.oT d'r.: .,.00III'BrwuMtil living Doll I II thu: If rule on the amendment lsrer representatives counties in assigned to the II I hug in any county. a result of to $7.000)) shall be exempt from

"a.7,,3o-4 The IACBS Vlr.lnl"o,a._ iOtOGwf'1 01 Pprt.1I th. Der..d.PI..... .. "I.JO-Plon.cnou Pia.*..Bawling. .1e.1t,b4Itoorona. -11..1..- .-.. .....-_. d 'a.- .u........ "ft...._._." them. vOCe- -DIlAin..you......-.dent.h.._.....understand"b'._.._. .. L.DC". thfflT flrtnnl.irirtn Th,proportion. am..n'm..nt'... to I :I any circuit future changes in I. judicial, amendment taxation/ for does school not purposes seek to TIlt
a'1 s4' .
Jury DI. .. chanlt
a.u '>"81. and Hm.i s'rrrCpss.oI .'._(" 0.. 7 TII.."" Show ter understanding here Is provldesfor apportionment of the
.0 l0,00-4 I $5,000 Homestead
I oodtd. Secre.
._P'll" .Mill.* .. 4 Rlr....... I: y.ii't of, the II Exempti
I.? Ilitlmork lary State Legislature m'
Jlir.m Tom J
IU." rut, Dbke Rho., l lOwo I Wmitllnic Pbo. Adam expla. and every I II-CONSTI from taxation for other than
..311-4 B.v.rlp 1Iillblltl. lOtlOonsO II Th. Plonam ? Hnwray nora II 10 IIOY'Mort.' 'My Doom Ie rOO"- nation of the amenUmentt ten yean thereafter TUTIONAL REVISIONs provides school
N.w purposes.
10.11 Rdport,
.. -4 fhbllw 1>1... Van Dyl. Ihow iitOO-4I.'T.ip' 101._. W..th... IpClt'te 1 II* JImmy.h.mnlun.hlp Dnn' flhow 1000.-4- What*. Mr 11.., Adams also noted that most In' review 0 f recent United
II llowllnf 11
TIIA mttcnr State
:4 : JllCI Fhr Me" Mowu 4,30-4 BaMbflrH 11.00 explanation ta date Supreme Court decisions on
Ulllir"k.But; -4 5 7 Id N.w.. hav
| Wr.ih.r
Jli2-l ,
f Uport.
Jf.w. : I been
"to-4 C... Wililims' IIhow o.l.. ..Chi.a/aatbar..... D..dlln.Bpflrt. unit:00l.toI'II.tlnttal World' of Sport., Mawtlma It Iv Nf Th. UntouchahlM. > long. wordy and couched in apportionment there are indica.

a'lI Purkil. Lw OMovIa. Con'Miluna' of a Na.l Evan In a tiiS-4Moot.. ., anguage difficult for the' tlons that this amendment may be 1-4&
Fut 81)) average
.0'11II-4 Wool
0. B_ Il:4:;: Sid. voter declared &
10.lt Borho''. L.w T.slhi" T.II. with J.b.u, e.OO-4 ) .... "port*.' WMthMP t Moot" 'M.. in Grav"It understand. He asked unconstitutional and removed
CarlO' .
4-7 Elev.nttt: Hour leo'.r'' a>1 Mv Th UntauehablM, hose {present ta study th from the ballotAMENDMENT
I amend.
II e..1 (OS11
10 DIGk Pow.il. Mo.l. 4 Hawaiian Pr. Mlxhtwnwh No. 1
Th.M. menu, brief .
IiOio-1 t Whl. 4.0 H Movl' them in their
II 7T I ff4htw.trh KIJ. No t minds
.u.t !!It.... : .
lltoo-1.a4lo 11I._. isololdi Moot. 7 InlrnalluD; l thaw Tlai -. ", and explain' them to 2-BOARD
Ii N.IIIII hoiM W..th.r. Iportl 10 Mo.,.. Klna- KonaH MONDAY do not understand peraon' who OF RLGENHM allows the Legis-
II.25-t 11..1.. "C.ttle FRInOCT. -"A V i..F.d W..tb.r: an4 Rporti them. ufure to establish ffi\\
; Qu..n sul NOV. nine-year
IIIn.tan." at ]Opl...li' >n I City and county official ,
II T 00- Bill and o fr office for the FURNITURE RENTALS
.a-7 Teothht soMorning others. members
.It" 10"... I IS D:8th. Morubog1,00s. attending .the
Cosuol MahtUf 'Onll meeting board
Mo.ti4rTh.' .. Count at which
:: : .4nlmol Stuart oversees terml//
7,30-4 J.okl. included state
t.rlloht Tb..li.ThURSDAY:1e ainnon flaw ? Continental ClaunHm. State Senator Ir-
Mama, a. Monclur 6..7 rilppr ., '.!.-4 Rnnrli llem.'or. Nu.llan I let Bronson County eges and universities ( ROWELL
mnt) r LImItS 'IlKiratur. I
: I ..1'-4. flunrii* S.m....*.. "Bu lui OO-l-7., Mr M._ .!- t'oll.la..Tr.n.l.llnn"ll.ii.ruom.r u.. A.d. Chairman. -F'ranlc_n_ W... .A. .... ._ ,...,_. nrevnt' ('. CO.Dial
OC12wMornb LI..t.... In T..Uon"r .S..a.mlll.. .-'.. ......-........ ..1 Cantl".1 ;;; (fol.r) Commissioner lock Hartman. '-It)' tional provision prohibits/ the creation .
r, .1-11 7'OO-U 1I..1e conhuonthf; Cinunroow, 7 On.* Btp T.ian By O n4 .II._COIII.dr 10 II'Jaoloh: 'i TIoi. N... Manager Joe Crowder County, City of of any office having a term AT 7.0804) We Give Gold Bond

e,00-4 MovU.. r 10'i II Lxrimir* WHr 5.45-4 N.... Clerk membership longer than four SCamPI
1t13-4' "?* : Mo" aw.pt> Dinolna In the D...." t.oo. -4 Mr, B..d.... 1 ........ AI.a...OPSOUb.. T. Doroth/ Pierce and Edward )'ears. -- --.------ --_. -_. '
Altoraaa -
$""' T Moot. ... Murray --------- -
Osmol000 "Toeh. It Clog -- '-
> Matha.1"UM .. j of lh Aurunaao U. Thin Day county chairman for -
I In W. (tOuw. l\I""n"\
.t Monday
rn (Jull. ins-s the
*.OQ--4 110.... Tha Ledr Kill..." IS&'JW."AiSKl",nwvtl, N"ku' .-.10-11 Dinah Shora Show is Mn..Unit. Wnsthro, Daily Word executive Martin County Democratic A1MFNDW.NT SCHOOL ELECT
'0,00-4 Uun.mok ,. committcv.. CONST RUCI1ON
.00l'a..1'1 ktupboo.ui" BONDS .
7 Movl'*, Th. Bl.ra ( ..IW" lO.do-U 11I0.... "Thr* Btranavn" .? TMar Below it ends en
e,00 ii -.10 Runkl.bmry' Hound, II Th. Dautr 1* Coo ln..tel CI...._ a brief .ummary of to the year 2.000 the bond JOSEPH S.
hli'1itJeWiI.: avvna 'Oi4_10-la M.k That Spars 11 JII.... program providing funds for GREENLEES
530-0 11._4, 5. 7. III. It NDoubt' _. 730-4 N... J. lic tchool I pub
I. suiob., 10 ('arou..il r construction. The DEMOCRATIC'
11,0.-u, 'n TUESDAY Continued amendment fOR MARTIN COUNTY
"''OftNawa, B..ru It Movla would continue the
7 .... Bport.. WMth.r "'10-1 Ch.mplon.hlp WmustiboS '.00-. t.ptaln SCHOOL BOARD
W4hon Kunj.root present method
"I'I 5-4 blunt." Eraalnt, the DIST
If Mnvl' 'Km., Uvlnc" : 1I'l'otId a Ionuoioob1.. I- To4ave.la bonds repaying 2
..10-IS Comm.nt -It M.... StOO-dA Wows through revenues derived
I ITop. W.'her.
..._, <... Hunt 11120 f Otlll- Worlds .10-la Uar,ln Par 7 No.0 Wo.th.r gpnrta from thor licensing of
11'-1 1 Hl.rllrht Thaatra* 5,50-S., T 10 M..,. motor ve I
10 Nnra. TiKl.r Show
.. M._ Wuth.r, Iport 1'311,. WWn. lro..".. T.' .__' .141 ....- _"t Ian'.... 81 ".If"""II In the North It increase the maximum
..05O'-'O Mnvl'*. "onii Mm Out': ...-.. lompanr, ."no -it commmt bond interest rate from .f '
fl000iol.Orolip Bnwrl I too-I* Danoa 5Ogaz::: per cent I :
Club '.04)- ill 1.
IS Th. Th -t Bmhunt Murda
J.taon *
Knnarkabl to 4 H County
'r1ruJslol Resident
SCINCefRADIO 11 Cher....* IDS-It NlahtiraUih" Show It... I An_ II Plow.020rd per cent and provides an ,' *
semes"" ".'1-4 Mw_Wllf> Oronlilt 1.20-4.,3S 10 Cbamploa.bl. Wraatilae I Dctobla Draft. W.alh.r additional/ method of determining : for 43 Yean.
Marl* T Mlk 530-4
st.' Do.irla. thaw N.w.
10 .Now.N.w.-Nuot1..Urtnki.V. 4ioe- It Mob )fa. ( I. Utnlo. Slit I bluotu.v.Bmlnkboy. ." induction units for the purpose v' -

RADIO STATION W5TTJ TiOO I* -ton 4 lh.('o.br.n-N.w.Mtin>tr. "" "s U"N"T> :AY" "" .I lift A-mo.4 0aala and Andy II 10 Le.M"I.k..... "" of distributing the fund. w' ____________ ,,, 2. Married and have two

EAQI S .... II Mornln' .>4- .. ,, children in Martin County
MONDAY Ifod. ..-. lraoM N -f7allar AMENDMENT
hiS PMRCAVICTOR ....... "B.ttl or the NOV. SMrr.hg .*.D0-4 H...._ 18 N.... Cronklt 4-STATE '

t Movl*. "Akbat* and Co.t.11.. .-T Mak Room for Da4d> ,.-. lied ...Itotl SInuS SCHOOL FUNDs provides that I Schools..
Mi,. Kill.." liNt IK 8... of Oronoh Th. plMMm the '
II 10.!_.., N._ 1 K.ntuckr, principal as well as the inter 3.
r,34,.. Ulirhwar tiawhlda'P.trol eiSO_It Com.dr. Tim nG3o. -4 I Loos fury It Hlthvmr Patrol est of the State School Fund '' Active ]Member\ of the
ass ...,. may _
-li mat WMtkar. I What a Thl. ,.30-4 Jackl be .
ID-It Conadr Biwlal T100, -4 C.rluon-o.rlll T word fop Word Org .. Monb.l. (HwuMm Skew used for construction of public I Presbyterian Church.
Junnr 4i*>l I Pan Almanaa l.... .. (Color) Man schools
oo-to.u P$ I. Rich I. Comb5 including junior 2
.i3O..4 11ii Pannir'a: Davihtar I Ta Ci..... 11.00-4 "Andy .r Muyb.rty.. .00 4 ho 'Mounlaln and universities.. colleges 4. Awotlatcd wIth
giving Color" TVPERFORMANCE I.' Bob HoPI KnMrtmln.r. II Movl. I.' Cono.nlr..Uon ::30::t.71t1 MM From floid' The Constitution L City and
I II 10-lt ... T.JO. -4 Hupr arT .41.11 G.a the 10.11 MrHala. UNCLE. now permits only the Interest from County Government
..nB-I.u-Adl.ni- ,,._.__,.._..11._,._, A Irtl.ull.... a.D.ft 11.-. .....- Th.'Mowags.. _IIn"w. ,,-.7 RI.h.... Navy B....... .,"_ the fund to be distributed for
i>.J -4 Oow.r" 'r''>la:' U' i.MO. ID U.rtuon Go.p.1 Tim. 0 laop.rdr I Color;;, .I.;:It Th T'.nn- --- ': JO year*
11.11 Color
I i-T Jack MI..log l.lnhO11,05u'S )

1 U. ,, t.,10.11-..I It TIt..Dannr O.,..k'k'Mlrtt | It 100-'-.4.r"0....Thatr.. favartta* S Sop Wh.N._ .*.30/-...4. Puttlountn G...' '",oa J.ll4ltlo",.. 9UPERINI AMENDMENT: 'INDENT SCHOOL: 4" 5. Member of Local Engl.netring .

Jack. P..r IN.o1.. 10.11 b.th.r Eaou. Sot 1 Tw TorT. ... . .. local permits a .1
o 20.1* r.tt of th. W.. Bullwlnkl 11"4 lI..roh 'or 'r__.. Ie Prton 1'1... option election J ut "It 0 I 1030-4 Portlt kll.i It K alnalit N... Tim. lir blots' H"loll, I'rutb. .: C.nnon.oo. (Colas) IOtIo-. 1'h. II........ ard 1fI. Hu...., 'ountiei at to whether the County .. ...
T 10.11'
Thor ,
\ 10 Thu D.tnu'tIoii. ii. rnl. .r4 PuotItlon
\ .. .toC'r.o.' Bor *la.4a-4 ( '-. of Public Instruo :
ii lirlillnLliht :
:it'...>'\ '.\ ..' 10,400 litohony* Not,.P.rI'flint bp.ru ",iOO 10 Oo.p.1 C....... "KlM-' t-1.il N.... .. N..' Wosth.m. SpaNs I ion-$ shall be elected by popular
JiI -4
OAfs 11'10-11 ..
'. 11100--.1.7.10 111.... N. W"'w. hart. vote or
., W..lhou, Opoitu TT.b.mi. Aftara II appointed by the
.. ** 1S-4 County PRACTICAL
II N. > "TK.' .
... _J 'Th. I. Pan Amariaa i l.oa. -4 Lor *f Ufa 1130-: : ,.l..T III'jn Op.ratnr'' Board of Public Jn "ctiOl1. Coun- EXPERIENCED .
1. 111Mov"1 Crlm.on PI..t. It Mnlr,' LMila I Lira of 1 1ft Mifl ., Canal:I QLALIFIEDDtPENDVBLE
S.T t.. Jtll.r "II. sit of ties
i Johnnr Oaraon '-S fha aw4 Raarla,30 Mnvl. IIIO-Ie, ".. lUavaii involved are Escamhia, Lake '
I* Movl. Y.t.rday M. lr.n gpll'llVl. 1:1.: .nl.1t N. Your Vote
f I Kn.mr"I II I I.on-It Nlirnrwttck Martin, Okeechohee Palm and Support Appreciated
PROVED- It Movl |In
NI.M..tch-VarJ. j Moot.I'ffth' ;?:.. Beach
for Today 1.0 4.0*-It Mo l. Putnam llie General
':'Dt-Movla, .. No. t.. I TIt. Chrl.to"h. -It D.bkl D.". 1- - and Seminole; I is Election on November 3rd.
RCA VICTOR T Horl.on.. f'". .:io _li l-lmrhouaa II '
....-S ....... II.*.. 1.30. -4 A. th* World : SCHOOL r rain rolling! Adv.rtlMir.Mit ,
at Tuna
offers a ..0._ Louis Unt. Mr r4 I ,,,,.'. lOokS. k DaaP NOV. 4Marala SLPfRINIENDlJNT: TAYLOR I .
raltk For Todar 1 Girl' COUNTY, permits
Talk a local APRIL
ONE-YEAR WARRANTY MorningliI { Still! Small Vol. II 17 H..n.. election option THROUGH
". -4 aunrlaa. _..... fttrlp ( in Taylor County' only, .. DECEMBER 15
on all part 'Nathu. PrAlaatant Worship Hour I.4S-J li. My (lu..i-Dl..u..lon (Hum. at Mond.r. m.. )
pl to
including aiatl.a In *' 1 1 whether the
your color Wxt.ra tiiltur OlMOVMpy t.OO-4 Paaiwvrd ,.-.. County Superinten

picture tube! .',30 i4a--4 II Comadr Armed Tim Jfaraaa 10..10Look//I word or lir.tTe sad Ua t.IS I.T-Lortt.U,It Mown Young ..00- Marl DnntliMTrtal. KvniadM Clannon. In J_. I Ii dent of Public Instruction. shall be
EXCLUSIVE SALES &; SERVICE e,.a- l.-ll Maw T Watok Mr. Wi..... ..-4 Ho... Fart >0-1 A Wlaw WorM elected by popular yote or wheth-
TiOO, -'4 Cartoon-ovllla. I* HMi.a of Olorr *-t JT1,* Dwrtora A''....._ er he shall be
I Hopalon. Oauldr II Potty Pig If Bar I In (Sam. al appointed by the
FRANK'S TV Ta Oh'' ... I'.00-4 Osoissa r ...-4.f N..Court. I--.. Movbs. Mondar -.U, County Board of Public I Ins trueion. .
IS Cartoon Carnlv.la. S Movie !In Lt.. .Oan' JI.I' Sbio"I .
How.rd end Wmnma N.... OtlO-4 Mooto. .. "lJn. Itbiuu". !
and APPLIANCES Ttao TiOA--S|t Acrla.Uural Corner Tim. Kaporl* f I*11.L: Mar Wonblp 5.* Roar siloTo<.T Ann k..Tall World the Tratk SIPS-i.Moot. .Yh.l(2uo btr.r'0 1'......" 3ttI1

T run Club It rural Dapil.t Ckarak lo-ll onaral llowltal AMENDMENTEMFRG.
IlMdqarten for IS ton MungorlIS.4toiulo'u *1,36-4 UoM Jntinwr !i 11-4 101... I30Huckkb.rrr Round FNtV SUtCKSMON OP I
Lhtoj Color" TV It New* T r."pl." Ass Pnnny I r,la* of Night I **-*. If.... ......rtl. ; Waatkr OFHtTULSs .-
FHanda ID N. for Dbut-lni SI Too Dan'k Har lOolart II limbo. gives the Legslature
725 Colorado 'p 000-.4 RvpnrAdvmtur '1 1..00-of .... ..... amaitr. and' 0 U." Th. Y6u" Marrlfda Lomm"Crowfiro"5.1G.Il ..._ rt 0ow authority to provide for
Ib.atra Holland 4.0O-4 etl
SoerSh Slow -t **. Hunk-A4vntiir a line of succession for
T Fun: Club AltanMHMIt I M.tck O.m 1$ Now Woslbo. public of-
IS Dnel. Bob OO-4 Khlrlrv .._.... T Ml: k* Nona*. Cr k II ..... Spots fleer: to insure continuity of
It N.w. 1 II... rnur 0......-. Clilk4i0 ...1_4 W...... ernment gov-
Oomdy MatlaM' operations
'ros-.II Morning' Plarkou.a I* N. 4. Movl. lh. Uraat .......4 Mww- in periods of
vr rilia of Ik Wk MrGloty'I
ilO .....
II W. .
Bro. Tkaatr It .. Huparmanjo I Hu..ll.y mcrgency resulting! from
N. Hrinkky Rrpar
.>IS-I* ....,. Billy Ittia.-It PI. h.... If I I Moot- P'ram.d" II .nanfo.S tuck. It further authorize enemy Half 7IQ
iSO : the
-4 :
Suocrmaa 1.30 S Spofil.hl I[ lO.li MoPs Adam.. ,..II_ ... 15 \.h.r.ADII !
t .** Annla' on filwatlnll: I 4.- N... .. Leaisliliure to. fill.. VIICllnd_ I.. ,_ :
JIG Miami '.... .. 'r'H.N. Wlllt.. ... ... >
10 --- '
c.o..h'' -'"
I I* ,.. .11 Hlchllvat v.-
lunar .. .. ....... ..
.000-0 J"o.I,'. .......h.u A..rlp. N.-..--.--& -. aut...,. .rlD ice .. a result of enemy attack. -
.-, 0.. lI..n'. .'.11 '
N.wo '
iii. ThNt; '
IA Cb.mpli. .n.hlp llowllnf. I': Woodr W__.... piuS-I Iioatl T.uh. DIn This amendment would permit the ("..r UI : :
Almost Everyone liM-'lo I "..tiell.. moving of the Slate I'J tlitB 2
Listens To .u. and A....... 5130-5, : I Capitol from .
Toil 1'11. } .
Bw ,
.1-- lunopmsonntri "
Ik .
Louis .. allalmsee'
/ (ll.nt.t.oo \ rdl".1e N V I* ABO N.w I II WPB J.unu to a safer location in ., II

MUTUAL 10 ana D..**.. vi. Davr .. The Vdalalaa 0ota.> AMENDMENT: -D U TIE
lOis S
NETWORK FULL TIMB ._ 1450 K.C It Uurl and Cr: .100-4. N_.. WMnkwt 5rtS flurriot/ .'""" ** Otrt ..* OF COMMISSIONER:
l 13 a-I .(!Um'., 7. JII..., W lkr .,oo OF AGRIt'LTURKi -
-4 .
l< Poalball I {. Mori 51 l:, OwnAutloa TokyIt ." bOll ryi deletes reference to
., Patty Oak
--4 UlltlMt, Hob Pt, Show
SStn'boV I 11:0'11: ". Subs "311-4 Sonorby Hlllhlll"" the Commissioner of Agriculture'satspervision
MONDAY' .... Itlihul. Patrol. ",'- is's. Rhln41r over (
I ..nuorwu"' 1AT11R04T '_I1'II'.RRII \ '' II Le.... .... k.. 1 I* Cunu.th.Si Beta w....**. RporM. '0.l.00-. 1)1.5 Y'II 0)". 11Io0" In to lands matters pertain
> g public and the
:.11II 'r.tTIII .1. :"', "NO .tv.. .. !._ ...1I.A :..;.Gtobr" Bureau
,441 U.4t'l WEAThER iD4. Sh..1t .r Ckrl.. .. ( nkMPttrW, 10,00-4, of I!Immigration. The amendment
:::: .... .. 00..1' tuo .h.. _
: ::: v.rh.nb.. .. :.ll'. ..,.... -4 WothO 4 17.5. K.

J I.So Io.. .: 'Woosho.''''...1' .5 blow t.fim_, I L..::: : i'isu. ..... 1,51-4 t Pt.JiaalMioBiOahls..11I-Wisibup ...... I i.OO--4.I.7.i4 I.1111 lurk.r.r1w 1H. W..t...... IIporte BARBARA AN1I..I."IIDSEY

II...... .t 1I.ta. S 1ti.. II ..... M.w.-.Bill 1 Shad-i
....... B....OtOl ao Saul .., ..... "_t... MOVEVo .,..--C..r.. N.w.-WaIOO tboosbIw I li,3.4.i Ilia 4 M..l.. "Dots 15.0 SECRETARIALSERVICE
.. T..ld with ......
l'IaU.1 I.'INowu-ltaluV ldab... ('..... (CtNNI ,

:- ____ So.-4 II Nuwo-Iw.IlulIuth Oun'Su.._ a Ie. III"Yle. "Sotiow I'. n..a"
.01'1041' 1buoan.
thou S UtrMilaadi. I
Show ,11-11
.JUD4Y .tTt'RD4' I VPDAT t Mo.kaair :?d.r.e 0., 'ltre- '_..N-'"- 110.Nhptwutob"" Noir 287.4637PERSONAL

J..OO Here'. ..... I.1..11.... Wand I'-fl.' .,....14w.t... hiSS l1.i.t n.... I'Y' 7,50-4 o -.t'Ta'T.lI.... thou Pr,: ; '"

...0S 14.11.11.Bunt. Iosrl 18.311 50,00 T0ori4"B.' ." ..... ..t..P...1.. .0 Io4".t.Sum. :....... Yer.... .. Sb. botlow 54 Mi.SowA rr" ,1' "r-. '

10,01 ".... .t Mmiii 11,11,5 ',.... .t lap .f his ,,1'A ._;; .i
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;; -r'4 .., ....." """ ..a aWUpwlMalyierrNr T MraalwsMlMN MM New Art Gallery I St. Jude Mothers THE' STUART (FlorUa) NEWS Thursday, Octefter I 29, 1964 .V<

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JUPITER NEWS Hear Sister Mullanetoner ''''''' "", W AR'R'V 'M'T .vk -
Open House ,: <'iJt Pi
MRS,ANNA MLVBAR. Oomrawdent PboM 744643 Marie Miiitanc. iM M doreMer. ......
.. -- ._.. 'j Oracle How, Lantana .'iJ, I
-- '-I November 8 MeUte to !else neuters oft Jude's !
Christian Mothers and many vis-
Professional Women The Lighthouse Art Gallery, the iron at their recent megiiatp "" \
newest addition to the cultural' life Among the guests were a group
at tile hapaw-Toqiania amp, will ftwn Sf Clares: Mrs tUyitondVfrMell.
.h.!4 open how New, 8 from 2Sp.nt Altar CnuW president t;
Discuss Professions j Mrs. Terence CnxxJale and Mrs.
Christopher! D Norton, Jupiter Vincent Brown, all of North Palm w
Inlet Colony. son of the founder Beach.
Jupiter Business and Professional through in building a house for a of the well-known./ Norton Art Gallery A Day of Recollection for the oboe
Women paid tribute to women client. of WePalm! Beach, is perpetuating women of St. Jude's Parish, in
In the professions at their dinner Each speaker emphasized the the family interest m November will/he announced in the I
meeting Thursday rewarding aspects of her: profession the am by sponsoring! the gallery near f'uure
Mrs Emily Ooxt, Palm Beach and the fact that service is The building which is being rent Mrs. Donald Mahle reviewed
architect, Mrs Mamie Jo Gillas- the most! important facet of the ed for the new project by Mr Norton "Modern Youth and ChaMity" and
pie.. social 1 service director at Sal- work. is located on Bridge Road Mrs, Donald Ramville discussedthe .
haven, and MM Other at the meeting were across from the First Bank of
Julia Yates, librarian guests book, 'Theomkrs of Grow. '
at Jupiter school were Mrs Ethel Brownlee. Mrs. Rich. Jupiter It will I be administered by ing Up." 4'e,
honored ard Klages. Mrs. A.V.. McKee, the Jupiter-TequeMa Art Group
guests at the home of Hostesses for the meeting were "
Mrs Robert Mrs Eric Krichcl. and Mrs Nils The Outdoor Art Show sponsored ',R t 't
Nichols! Loxahalchce the Mrs Robert !Nichols, Mrs Peter i in
by Jupiter-Tequesta Art
Drive. I Peterson.
Noonan Mrs, John Mrs, di
will he held Villa
Informal talks followed the Mrs. Albert Sumnard will entertain Group in *) Arthur Putie, Mrs \\illmm Quig- + ,
meeting at which each of the .. the club at their next meetIng Square Shopping Center on U. S. ley. Mrs. Roland Rjmvillc and v .t tK
No, I Friday and Nov.
guests spoke about her on Nov 12. Saturday. ,
profession Mrs.
Henry Red I
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Mn. 27 and 2K.:! All area artists are invited 11111. bj des ,
Ciillaspic told of the training the fall the Cast
l11e.'II01cf !
/ to display their work,, Mrs
and involved the in entering social service, Dist. 10 Garden Helen Butt publicity chairman, Coast t Deanery at IVIray Beach, a Y'i 4 ,
history and changes that at which the Altar Ro'aryCit. t
have taken place since the turn Club Meeting $1 has I will announce be charged. An entry fee of ty of Si, Vincent Ferrer were ho't.e s ,
of the century In 1930. Mrs. Oil-
, wl was attended by Mrs. Wil- n
laspie said, there were about 30XX ,- Travelers Palm Garden Club I ham Forbes president of the Ae sox
I ((( () social service people in the was well and actively representedat ST. JUnE 111.1.0F.F.S t hnstmns Mothers With hc.'rer, 6Airs
( country, while today there are the Florida Federation of Gar. DANCE: SULKIVVY Mrs. Harvey Ford spiritual! development MURRAY niCIl PIP SQUID, sponsored I by Miss Elmira' D, squad are loft I to right: Dooley Jenkins Tew, Harris, Holmes!
125,000 and almost as many men den Clubs, District 10 meeting The Halloween witches rode chairman, Mrs Joseph! Rawk rehearses for" Homecoming" Oct '0. Member" of the Dolphus. Alridge! and Lewis
as women in the profession, held in Boynton Beach last week early here when the gaily costunv, Heohnan, Mrs. Edmund Meyer. .
Mrs- Yates also traced the history Mrs. Fred Wilson president of cd dancers gathered! for St JudasHalloween Mrs. Michael Pulumho, Mrs 'Iheo- -"-- ----- --- ---- -- --- "- --- ------'- ----- -- ---

of her teaching professionand the club, headed the delegation dance at Jupiter-Tc- dore Wells, Mrs I rank Batus. and Council'' Donates Seavcy have returned 'to their I I tion/ Board of the Bible Methodist
loW of the training which is Attending as officials were Mrs questa Junior Citizen's building! on Mrs John Perry Town $125 home j Miwuon, returned last week front
continuous as long at one teaches. Alfred Weeks, District 10 director !Saturday night Bruce Brown's Orchestra I i the annual conference of the Bible
She spoke challenges and problems I of judges, Mrs. Folnicr Sorcnson, provided the music: for the I For the Christmas ParadeThe 1)r. Georiw, L, Hopkins, pastor I !Methodvit MiMlon" at Kin,..- I
as well| as the rewards in her I chairman of the nominating committee occasion. Cub Scouts TourP. of the first Southern Methodist I port Tenn. Dr Hopkins, aK in-
library work, New methods in an and Mrs Walter Paschall Prizes for costumes done prizes Church, and president of the Mo viewed, \ leaUieri'
electronic world are being used at I District 10 book chairman. Other and special numbers were provided I Christmas, Parade received I Street was granted a permit fora _
Florida Atlantic University, Mrs. 'members who attended were' Mrs by the committee, headed by Beach Airport active and monetary bucking from vegetable stand on the lot' "between
Yates said, that will greatly expedite Gunnar Meulengracht Mrs. Ray Mrs. Frank Batus, Mrs Balus's the Town Council at its Tuesday Ted's Service Station and
the routine work of a library. Hansen, Mrs, James Kelley, Mrs, committee members were Mrs, meeting when members" voted to the Histcd Building on Alternate
Mrs. ObIt spoke of the service Hobart Collins. AI r a. William i Brandt Simedurf, Mrs. Joseph Kli. Dens t and 2. Jupiter Cub donate $125 to the Jupiter-Teques- I AIA. 1t'iiiii'
'' the architectural profession!\ renders Jacques and Mrs. Meyer Lefko- nioski, Mrs. William Klein. Mrs Scout, troop IIS!I. nude a tour u Area Jaycees' for the project.In : A reading of the new toning! FUNERAL HOME
la the public, and said that I wits. Henry Redling' and Mrs Donald of Palm Beach International Air. Jupiter-Tequnta Chamber of code was "postponed! until a map
: designing religious structures was Mable port and lilford flying Installation Commerce and the Jaycees are can be prepared and a special
one of the most t rewarding phases' I Mrs Richard Klages and her recently Ihe joint" sponsors( according to meeting held next week.
of her work, After talking of the son. Rickey, who have been the Mrs. James Beard, Pennock The tour consisted' of inspection : Pat Snow Jr. who represented I Founded 1916
,It educational background of an guests I of Mrs. Klages' mother' Point, has been: hiwiens to her of the weather: bureau the both organizations "before the I 3 CAMMIUTr.S QUUIFY
architcct.anj the difficulty} in obtaining ; Mrs. Ethel I Brownlee. Fern, Street, sitter, Mrs. Margaret McAlpine communications system and a council.
, a license in Florida she for several weeks, have returned of Huntington Long Island N. guided! tour of the cockpit andpassenger Drainage problems were presented I Three candidates have qualifiedfor
gave an Informative and amusing I to their home in Port Washington Y., who returned to the North compartment of a four- to the commissioners and the Jupiter Inlet District CommiMtion's -
outline of what the architect goes Long Island N. Y. this' week 'I engine ttuho-jd-prop airliner dncuiwd.!' with the matter \being one vacancy at the present Experienced personnel and
time. Oct. 2) the deadline
The 1 group later was escorted turned over to Commissioner Oliver
through the Tilford Ming 'Installation f for qualifying. ,
) Bctfeman\ ( for further action facilities to accommodate
" by Mr Tilford and Might Community Antenna TV which Bob Kleiner, twelve-year veer
Instructor Ken Wcisman. has been under discussion" for an of service' on the commission: ,
i The tour was arranged by Dcn.J \several meetings due to the fad i is one of those. trying for the families of all faiths
Dad. Prank Robertson On mothers that two applications for licenses. opening<< Arliss krum and James
A Message' from Mrs. Frank Robertson and have been made. to Ihe comrais. Whalen, of Jim's Bail Shop are
r Mrs. Fred! Landrum, accompanied\ ,sion, was definitely turned down the other two Candidates'
I the cubs. locust TV huftinesset" were' represented '
I Those enjoying the tour: were at the meeting Tuesday. and HtKfc.: AND IIIIHK '

;; Gladys H.: Almegord Mike Miller, Gary Rollison" Mike spoke against the proposition Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ford and '
: Crawford Pat Land Bill and Rich. Mayor Richard Stalls reportedthat I Mr, and Mrs Carl Crosby motor t
and Nagcl, Richey Robertson, Phil Hurricane Nbcll did no damage ed to Smrke recently\ to visit Mrs, _
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I Zychowtki, Bill Paris Stuart Jones, to public. property (except the Florence Johnson, Mr I. Johnson,
I Steve Spiller, Mike Culpepner, gates on the bridges) and that an aunt of Mrs. Ford and l MrCrokhy ,
Bobby! Kellogg, Gregg and Mike there were no casualties. Private
I Landfum.ClltClK, property damage w 11 listed l at. 'third birthday, was celebrating her eighty* R. C. Johns & Ronald I II. Johns

i TO VOTERS OF WARS: ABOUT | 1.XM Fire Chief A. V Baird appear. Min Anna. Wheaton of Largo, ICFMSfD FUNFRAt DIRECTORS _,
!MICRANI; "ORKUt"l ed before the commission to urge I Is the gtieslof Mrs Uemric Sea-
the clearing of kits that are a lire vey at her home f on I h e Loxahutchee IOU INDIANTOWN ROAD'
Rev. Paul Casnen. mmiMcr to hazard particularly' the lot next River. Mr and Mrs.Merrill
migrant workers, was the guest to Jupiter Gas Company. Beckett of Inkster, Mich, who I STUART HOKIDi fAT 73434rB"l
speaker when the Mayflower Circle Merulla, West Third have ,:
Anthony "spent" some time with' Mrs
met the _.. _.. .. .
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MARTIN COUNTY Rev' Church Casscn Parish told' Circle Hall. mem- The ,icorld't leading acoustical experts' made the lest \ 1

but health hers and and their education! guests needs about of the the The U. S. Auto Club certified the results at 20 mph.., at 40 mph..,at 60'mpA.,.

Hostesses for the
When my opponent appeared with me on the Jaycee Mrs. Beatrice Seavey, Mrs were liar-
rte Phipp. Mrs. Carl S hllds: The 1965 Ford rides
,:, program over WSTU, she ignored answering two questions and Sirs R. E. Damon.JAVCfK quieter

phoned in to her.

What was it she hcsitated'to' divulge? Jupiter area Jaycee's No I soft-
I bail)) team defeated the No. :2 learn than a Rolls-Royce !:
Sunday by a score of .-2. and
My opponent has worked as Deputy Clerk for then met Riviera Beach in the

"nearly eight years" but has resigned her position.Let's afternoon They were double defeated header by Riviera
Beach. .1-O t. Palm Springs won Prior to the introduction of the Id be slightly quieter at all

get this straight I over the hinter No, 2 team in the IVM Fords, the '. leadspeeds'. SOUND lYn (Alt mtfAl(/ to tfadbeii)
second section of the double head! log automotive writers drove theafgddtest I report tttik,
er. the new models at I Dearborn.Mo In purl: 'At ell "nwvingspgeddss[
She resigned before the May primaries. After the The District 16 Tournament will l of these experts remarked on "bah C\lUI'lHIIl..lfll f ends were a
she worked the all I depend on Palm Spring being victorious : about the estraordinary quiet ii han'the: '" 'HoU:Hoyce*?;* f M/M _f.2! QUIIINIt ,
primaries, again at same job summer, smooihatfwof the Frtfd
/ over Jupiter No. I tram new and Tb IMerMt 1 he salad. h 61.4 12J 4.9
until resigning to campaign for this election. next .Sunday. If the Jupiter team rUle An automotive enter In level dn/ __.. lo .be sure, i Ie I
wins, it will meet Riviera i Beach, Mtrhaitll lIlaan.,ed. ...... "If tmitll-bul II i Ie iheret At M ... 71' n,( 9.,5

Surely, if not elected, it is reasonable to assume that I for qiicsiu The' folks Jaycees to!come invite out Jupner-Te-and cheer this there country Is a quieter,I haven car'I driven made It,In" ally miles 2.u I decibels hour, Ford quieter was. auu than: < !I 816 896 Z,1

she will again return' to' her position as, Deputy Clerk.: then" team.- Qlrt Meana Quality Since !Rolls-Royce./ At 40, ford ass

She docs, not need a-job she has !rI THE: .STAN ION' BKMrYS: quiet U a traditional measure 5) d.clbe'qulel.r.' Al 20. Tnr CONDITION'I Or" season dasedtlat. fern.
one I'ordsap4.Sskcihek'" ,
of car quality, Ford engineers qukler.| bud, MrffMlltj')MVOWl)_ fur ffRivieo' n the
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Dewcy.whose designed the '65 Ford for minimum However small there ad.l ..is>. tint UtUM Wgh..r. .lulu ""w, stare AuM Out
Gladys II. Almegord'am unemployed. wedding! Aug. 29 took pUce quietness. To illustrate 'Sages over HMt-Heyti may "be, itntrtttift" * at Chester Vl. are living" at the they art signlneanl evidence otn HttWt M Serer UK 010.... es....u..", .teed newt
Betsey! home on LosahaicheeDrive <( .-important to anyone .. u"5.. .11.. sq Trench., UJ....*.,. V.1./ auieaMile .
Gladys H. Almegord, will give full time and attention buying a car In Ford's elm'. ... sa4 tears alessd.' TCIT .._..... !IM tree

to the position of Supervisor of Registration.! death Word of was S. L.received Stanton here Sr,of soon the v, f Take. A Tae !hive A Uy- tgVIPMINT Nnwbit"" ""wre" arwllRpn!land u.- as Nw INS York fonta heir, sal ewh.TkfM awls...
and welcome heir. M-
after "Skiff" and Janice arrived a warm await rawadtnt 2.-I'

Gladys 11. Almegord has no other interests. Mrs. Rcttey! expect' to return to v you key.at Incidental/your.Fo! d Dealer's.l lai the lock The rot ars?towftwkm pnitaMi" UP n4*rc iVnuiliN .i* .... '.._r1ldM H ..:::.:
Jupiter during the winter monUM .. 'N ,.,......r.sloes. 0...
Mrs. Skip Stanton the former M mailer which sM. le up'a U' C.ntN4/a
Gladys II. Almegord is well qualified for this posi Janice Mackey, was employed. at symbolM. of raw 1w1ld"d4. of INJCTtU*. .....Tiff.......tON.. 14 Oa".sie LTD lnof,
United, Aircraft Corporation i lit I advaaeesyouUAndlnanyrad 19t04 I N wit 1, aniMh mad kL N4 Oat.N. ". '
tion, her abilities already having been recognized by Hartford before her marriage .. Ruth.. Rnwe. SM.e CIUU4 III you m two, former Governors of Florida. Mr, Stanton" ta with Grumman MilOt..... .. *... loe yevrself.this Me" the vuitde. I...... DeN.14.
Aircraft in Stuart
qualify acblevemenl. Font ..A+ ..::d.rw <1-1
chose to make a docufiwnied
JsCKSONK' RtniR.VIKOM ; tat against the worlds. JlMtt r -- "" -... "1

YOUR VOTE FOR .NORTH (usury car-RottsRoyce.Bolt ;;, x
Harry P. Jackson Riverside ikrantl: and Newman. f ",v' I
Drive, has returned from I visit Inc. world's india{ acoustic
in Hallintford, ...., whh his son- co Miliai. to gewcmmeot and
Gladys H. Almegordis .-... and daughter" Mr. and Mrs. .iadwiry, eowhicted atw l*..tsModer
:, I. Whifrwlt I superviskNi of the au-
While in the North Mr. Jackson tnoTMative United, Stales Auf
.' and Alton Frost who WM Ins Club. AH cars were paved lo .
fUN here UK fall. toured the factory .peclltcatlonr, C Lw&-
a vote in the right direction PMCMKM sad slated* Atlantic City _
and other spot on the Jersey I Tile ......, '.The Ford preyed 4,. .. "- ,.. < ..;.:... .j
i COM. They"" Mttndrd a VmeJaiKf lae ?.<*! IVfwmMce IM! tttt Oalwu 500 LTD Wins. wKiL
High School claw rrunmi for the :I PIaUIt: t1f tIta0tOG1eMU
VOTE REPUBLICAN ALL THE WAYto .classes of I I9054MMT7. '
Driving 110..' tof,. Jackx 1

make the two party system a reality in Martin County vuied ard, Jackson smith Mr.km Cohambt and Mrs.. S.How C 'I Test drivcTofal',Performaace165Mbestycar> : yet to go

Hah the Howard Jacktom aetj. ''
Ns emu.tuts s adur.*5'asst tw
Hat* family l were Urn. MargaretJacUoA ,
and. their cJMidrt ad graatdUwl-
aid Jackson, Md. Mrs,. f'_*,* .
era P.1nAevww.wa) I wet tens" here:; are children. --1
the Robert. Jatftwm*. Jupiter HI. soum rrnnut inciiwAr. TUAKT staff ATkMtfi 749511II.N
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Stuart NrlUn !!!!!! Is Ready With $50,000 for Bridge Plans and Survey

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.+J THURSDAY, OCTOBER: 29, 1964 {I Write Letter Pass Resolution

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Published every Thursday at 111 Eat Ocean Boulevard, ,

Stuart Martin County, Florida
Entered u second-class: mail matter at post office at Stuart, I
Action Seashore Park



AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS .. that \ou write all of them-but if you happen
Residents, of Martin County, now is your golden opportunity to We don't suggest!
put !some steam behind a project thut could become one of the finest to know any of them personally that would help. If you don i I. 4
GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F. I ocean beach playground In the nation.We're -citizens )letter" to the governor would be best
clubs, civic associations and Chambers ol (cum.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Martin Florida $4.50 talking about the St. Lucie Seashore Park, a three-mile Get your groups Governor
MAIL them to
: County, per ; resolutions and !send Bryant Please
stretch of ocean beach south of St. Lucie Inlet, which the State of mace to get up ; :
850. Subscriber of the In Martin )
( living part year County may pay at do so at the first t possible opportunity.
Florida is
Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, Recreational considering acquiring/ through its new Florida Outdoor We don't !suggest form letters or form postcards. Put your thinking -
Six months S2.7J, three months $I.75. Planning Committee. on and make it original. Why should St. Lucie Seashore Park
Foreign and Canadian rate on application This park project is one of the first five approved under the new be secured cap now? There are dozens of reasons. We'll list t only a few
recreational programs but it has run into a Mumbling block. The disappearing into private development
: Oceanfront is rapidly all||
governor wants it, the I I. I. Board (composed of the Governor's Cabinet) long the East Coast of Florida.

.., has approved it-but the big problem i is money. So many demands This seashore .state park would be of benefit to people all ova the
I : Everything's Not RosesIn have been made upon the new recreation fund that all projects have state of Florida, not just Martin County people.
been held The lCD $30OIJ.OoO( < < marsh and overflow
up. wants ) >( for It would benefit the people of Florida for generations to come
lands acquisition in the St. Johns River Basin. Other throughout
areas The seashore park would he a tremendous tourist attraction
the nations current euphoria of unparalleled statement that "this is the the stale have put in claims for this project and that project. As a Acquiring of the seashore park would help solve the erosion

prosperity with political talk about"a nation the world has ever result. no projects are getting anywhere problem on Jupiter Island, because! the fe.eralllOvernment! would then

great society," ending poverty and healingall sidered it bad timing to However, now there is hope. The states are going to share in 60 lower the cost-ration for placing a sand transfer plant at St. Lucie Inlet
social ills, (the frothy-minded might say lead over us when political hay per cent of a new $60,000.000( Federal Land and Water ConservationFund Federal funds would be made available to combat erosion on
that "everything's coming up roel." It is not. over the claim that "there is on a 50-50 basis This will Increase Florida's ability to secure publicly owned lands. They are not available to fight erosion on
The national campaigns which will come There Is a missile! gap-a recreation lands owned seashore.It .
to an end Tuesday! have not fully emphasizedthe terrifying one. There is also a The Bryant administration is doubtless going to make some decision would preserve in its natural state an unspoiled Florida tea-
issue which i is an I issue: survival. load gup In which we have
only and firm commitments on recreation lands before it goes out shore-forever.
It docs not make any difference whether bun second place ever since of office. Now is the time for us to present every possible argumentto Miles of beaches would! be open for vacationers, surf fishermenand

you are poor or rich, black or white, socially: Their treaty. warheads the governor and the members of the Cabinet for securing the St. naturalists.If .
acceptable or hooted out of the country club strategic Lucie Seashore Park NOW! we don't act now, the rising asking prices of Florida oceanfront -
factor of about ten.
ours by a
have three can or use shank's more, are pro exceed As Frank Wacha, chairman of Martin County Commission, pointed will make the price impossible in a few years.
payloads ours by a
or con on social security, medicare or the And they have a five-year lead !! out Thursday! when he revealed the new federal plan and a requestfor Tourists \say that our ocean beaches are the No. 1 reason" lor
welfare state-if you're blown up. development of manned a recreation inventory from Governor Bryant, Martin County will visiting Florida-and this would I guarantee them a stretch un

The ominous recall of the three-man Russian vehicles cooperate fully to aid the purk. hedged by hotels, motels or any such development.The .

space ship and the booting out of Khrushchev Digest that slowly Read! it "We have budgeted\ $50.000() ) in our !secondary! roads funds for pending development of the south end of Hutchinson" Island
had implications which have not been hydrogen warheads have ten : .. preliminary surveys and planning; for a bridge and a road to provide Is bound to make "development land" out of the north end of Jupi

played up by the press or the commentator of oun. They can put four access to it," he said "But the state must he convinced of the tremendous ter "Island unless it is quickly acquired for public use.

Why was Khrushchev summarily yanked this awesome explosive force value of the park and of the demand for it by the people. Those are a few reasons we can think of on short notice. \\j*

into oblivion on the eve of the American elec rockets. Their manned space If they realize how important it is, they will find a way to finance some of them, if you like them others of your own--but the important

lions''(htid why was the greatest space /eat we hoped to he able to produce I it, either with Mate-federal funds or land swaps-or somehow. I am thing is: write those letters and get those resolutions\ rolling now.

eve?; y t''perfornied above earth cancelled in that sound like a missile gap? convinced thoroughly that all this project really needs! to start it rolling If the St. Lucie Seashore Park becomes an actuality, you can say I
a day when it was meant to go on for weeks? While the minds of the is evidence of its great value from the public." i "I helped do it." When you enjoy it, and your kid. enjoy it, you can '
confused So here's where you come: in: know: "Here's one piece of Florida seashore that my grandchildrenand
The answer is plain to the astute. Heavy- ale are being by
footed Khrushchev hud blundered into makinga places, platitudes about i Write a letter to Governor Farris Bryant or to any member of his. their grandchildren can have fun on without being run off _

raw exhibition of Soviet missile superioritywhich auto strikes and a Nobel cabinet-they are Tom Adams, !secretary of !stale; James Kynes! attorney i because I did something about it In 1964 I helped get it going
general; J. Edwin Larson treasurer; Doyle E. Conner, commissioner In high gear."
would have gone on for days and days, Luther King-a scheming and ,
quite possibly. awakening this stupefied nationto scienceless enemy is plotting of agriculture: : and Thomas! D. Bailey, superintendent of public We can't think of anything more important for our future and

the folly of sacking the Strategic Air Command for that moment when (its Instruction Do it today. the future of Florida that each of us could! do today.

pulling our missiles/ out of Turkey apd seedy>> ours that it can almost (

pushing a policy of unilateral I disarmament Issue an ultimatum for us to ) I( ...-'""'<:I'II.,1Ij,
News the last four here
Real brains in the Kremlin saw that the rate us. years up
three-man rocket feat' could influence the That is the issue.! What : Letters to the Editor in have the looked North forward and every to receivingmy week I
lie of the about it?
American elections by making a copy of The News, to find
-- out just what is going on in Mar.
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tin County. I have always contd.creel
THE SI RAW HALLO am happy to tee beautification some land owner be keeping the The Stuart News informative

t Vote But Be Sure First That At last t count, there were 106 wherever it may he-even if it is ball going to get things done on and progressive in regard to Martin .
I. : straw ballots cast on the palms. outside my own area. With several hit property They have !spent Counl)'. So keep up the good
members of our Garden Club lots of money changing this route work,
Of these 103 were for re-pluntingthe keep on plugging Martin
Understand What You're ones taken out, and three were (of Jupiter) I attended the spring every few months and I ant sure County; it really is a good placeto
against/ Last. week we reported festival at Kinsule, with the impression it would have more than paid for live, that is why we are mov
that five were against) but two that the proceeds were palms all the way to Pratt & Whit ing here to stay We have spent
to beautify U. S. I-not to at The merchants would
Vote but by all means understand what hold a special election to ) bulloters wrote in to state thut stop ney. pros six winter vacations i n Jensen!
the town limits of Stuart.I per if this road was made. Why Beach and
misunderstood loved
the word
continues lo elect its school they had every year we
you are voting upon. I learning don't they look Into this matter it
ing and favored re-plantmg This am now my way more.
We 'c nnol subscribe to the maudlin Idea allows the school board to should suffice to show how the around Stuart and do most of my that the county fathers are keep Be seeing you all.
x I that eVery citizen \ts durybounil to register we$0 it.. This abolishing one busted.'e"'w. : !: !! 'people'feeh- ..-. shopping there;.and have a happy Jug down? ... .> .. .. n Sincere: K**""" ,
i his choice Oft every candidate and, every Vote for the J I : \ -The Editor feeling as I approach, thanks -to Let's have more people' Tike Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Issue on the ballot-unless he has first familiarised Even the majority of the the et forts of Mr. Ambler and the Ambler if we want Stuart to grow. Drongoskf! -

himself with the candidates: and the the job is unnecessary. ASKS! 1.1 Tim; BARRkLS efforts of the Garden Club Yours truly, Dear Friends
Issues': }*'' Elsewhere in today's paper ( AT PORT SALERNO: 1 hope Sincerely it spreads, south! Mrs J. C. Wright& Welcome to: Martin County

All the candidates with competition have ing an analysis of all the ( Editor Stuart News: Mrs. Richard Hardy Dear Mrs. Wright: May. your new home In the Southland I
been running ads and speaking out on their rotary of State Tom Adams ) Port Salerno is a nice little town Hobe Sound We do not believe that there live up to all\ your expect
positions Analyze their stands} vote f for the Make your own decisions. but paper, trash and beer cans has been any change of route on tions. And thanks for that two
: person you believe is the'best qualified to- understand what the tend to add an unsightly appearance WANTS PALMS LEFT: which art of Pratt & Whitney Road year renewal subscription.The .
hold office. then vote against them for to our community IN MIEPAR1): PARK goes west from the Hobe Editor
As for the amendments, they are confusing Yes, by all means vote on >> Perhaps some interested members Sound Farm-u -Market Road,
of the communtiy will forma Editor/ Stuart News: which i is where the grade has been WROIK: l INSTEAD
even to veteran legislators. We urge voting on their merit and on i issues! You
committee to put a few litter may not appreciate the thrown up. We do understand, Editor/ Stuart News:
against Amendment 5, which, would change clearly enough to be
barrels at different places in the tropical beauty of Shepard Park however, that there is a proposed I mislaid i the ballot last week
the Constitution to allow Martin County to make "heads or tails" blind hut believe me, 1 do! I haven't ,
business area. route from but
+ change an entrance wish to vote on the date palms,
I am proud of our town and been happy at all about the way near the Turnpike bridge to anentrance outside the city limits! Please cast!
; hope everyone else in our com Mr Ambler has skinned back the which would connectwith my vote in favor of retaining them
f munity feels the same.Don't palm trees and cut back other Loop !just' where Mr. Ambler them
No Republican Generals Are Wanted : be a litter hug. If there trees, and when you write that he Road.The EditorTIItNKS In the first place! put
is actually digging\ the beautiful
I is no place to deposit the )litter- up 1
take it home with palm trees that are down there, it thought they were" beautifully
U, U.S. Military Air Bases. Good Grief! Yours very you truly, makes The me tick too. VtlERANS US PUBLICITY FOR Mr.placed Ambler and on wish!the to fine congratulate Job he has
Mary Brown palms are on done with the
4 the highway, but let's buy them Editor Stuart News: cation. highway beautifi-

,. A private airpl.me flying retired General Pentagon." HAIUWKKN: AND UNICEF from a nursery and not rob Peterto I would like to take this opportunity Yours truly
Jimmy Doolittle on a tioldwutcr-for-Presidcnt It strikes us that this was t pay P. u I. I worked awfully to express the !sincere thanks Mrs. H. C. Hlcbcr
Editor Stuart News of this state for
: hard to be small of agency your
j speaking tour of North Florida was orderedoff treatment for the man who pan -
"Trick or Treat" at Halloween I splendid cooperation: in using the
$4,000)( for beautification" and
Hurlburt Tactical Air Command RaKe ut "bombing raid front an EVERYBODY:
muss" SHOUI) l
again be confused by the don't really like the skimpy little news releases we have been sending -
Eglin field near Pcnsacola: lust Thursday rier i>n Tokyo. BE PROUD OK AMBLER:
agency known' at the palms Mr. Ambler has planted. you for the past twelve months, :
i It was being used to transport General However times do change ft II International Chil I Until he finally came out with and helping us get the news and Editor Stuart News:
i Doolittle and William D Pawley of the Florida little might well reflect that dren's Emergency Fund and cur these I would much rather do without word out to the 2,5X() veterans Every Stuart resident should be
: Citizens for tioldwater committee. Grunted open! to his men back then rently operating United Nations than dig up a single tree in and uncountable number of vet proud and thankful that we" havea ,.
Q I permission to land, the plane Will given one long closed when we won that Children's Fund the park If it is lack of money to erans' widows, dependent parents man like William E. Ambler to
j hour to get otf the field "on orders from( the the biggest nation in Asia to Each: Halloween. local units of buy large palms, we can raise" more and orphaned children living I In look after the best interests of the '
1 : / the American Association' : for the later, but not spoil the park Martin County city' and a paper like The Stuart
United Nation round up unsuspecting "- Sincerely: The clipping service: and the News to take up the cudgels when:
children and !send them out Dorothy Courant increase in correspondence ever it is necessary to combat red
: Five Rules to Prevent Accidental in the dark of night collecting: donations from the area covered by your tape.
. II from unsuspecting parents SAYS PRATT A WHITNEY newspaper" bears out the good your How anybody could cancel out
I for UNICEF which/ is procommunist ROUTE CHANCED! paper has done by using our news even part of the grand job Mr.
Ii Of Children in the Home Given by t dominated and for documentation : Editor Stuart. News: service.As j Ambler did m beautifying the ap-
on this send $1 to Washington a token of our appreciation proach to Stuart is beyond my
? Summary 317 First West In regard to the recent article and the good you have done for understanding. Enclosed! is a small

j More children under five become: : accidental: bottles or soft drink bottles" that Street, Seattle, Wash.. 98119 and about" beautification of U. S. 1, the undetermined number of your check which I hope will" start the
1 do not taxes since I live
read "V IClf:. Cradle of Socialism pay city readers the Florida State Veter ball rolling to refund cost
: poisoning" victims than any oilier age group tify with food! and drink is a in the county, but concerning anon any
Commission Mr.
b > litabcth E. Barnes, an. has awarded you to Ambler for his civic spirit
Children about" a year old lire must likelyto poisoning NSDKR, 177ft D Street, N.W who has tried so hard to help a Certificate of Appreciation which Sincerely
get Into cleaning and polishing materials, 3. Don't tell children ,; Washington. D. C. a town bocome beautiful as Mr will" be presented to you at a time Todd Wright
rodent and insect poisons, solvents and! kerosene candy to induce them to Perhaps after reading this material Ambler has I say the city commissioners and place a convenient: to both of us.
-all materials otters stored close to the fussing.. Find 'some other means there will, be fewer. parents should be very grateful Congratulations, and looking QUOTABLE QUOTES
floor, under: links, "r on low shelves 4. Read the label. Parents / ( and organisations who will be Parts of the town of Stuart forward, to many years of association
intentionally their : are very ugly and! do not cause one 1 remain When one speaks too much, his
Products stored levels become poison willing la make' use of children
at high a : our to really want to live there. But Sincerely. words go unheeded. Konrad M e-
challenge to older youngsters in the group. Not ing a poison for a medicine" on Halloween. to collect: money now that have aomeone whois nauer
you Melvin T.
) Dixon.
i only is climbing fun, hut they also like to imitate ( Ing or ignored lube). for nations. which are knownto taking interest and pride it it State Service Officer .
adult. who "have to take medicine" 5. If a youngster should be communist dominated' and changing. If each commissionerwould Department ,of Veterans Money never made a fool of
The National Safety Council makes fivtsuggestions edible substance, call a doctor. : at ; for their use UNICEF Contribution: take as much pride and interest Affairs. anybody; it only shows' em ups
cases symptoms are slow to governments and !not for what different place' Stuart St. Frank McKinney Hubbard
to keep children safe from household I individual Petersburg .
If have container
possible" Iho would be.
chemicals and drugs: can tell the doctor: the brand : ) Sincerely, It m a disgrace to see billboards RENEWS MJRSCRIPIIONTOR The person fears death most
I. Keep potentially harmful products where tents so that he can determine A Parent right in the heart of the city /In TWO MORE YEARS who fear life most and the one
children cant find them In three fourths of
how many other cities or towns do who lives with" !the realization that
child poisoning caws, the toxic substance was our.0".1 n\\ SIRS you find this. (Editor's note: U Editor Stuart News: he has but one life u> enjoy is the
.. within easy reach SIIHI lAD WAS MIOP IN: MV.\Rf quite a number, unfortunately.) It is with great pleasure that I person who in his waning" yean
2. Keep all products in their original con Editor Stuart Nt",.vI Then next why have the county am writing this letter to inform Joh*" haJ'rdy U3'flea' M ever
tainers.. Putting harmful luh"lanCCl-'luch as (Arlington, Texas, I didn't fill In the recent straw commissioner*, spent so much mon you of a change of mailing address. M. JJoney
i) bleach or kel'Uflenein "bowls" glasses/ milk "Once there lived in a : b.lkon the 'uihwct of the ey and talk about the Pratt & Whitney .
land a boy who was as I am a counrv resident, wing access rend and yet we" soothave I have just! retired and we" are A man has made at kaaf a start
husk a home" in North Ho** Sound one suited- They have aur'CN moving to Jensen Beach on the on discovering the meaning of
found him
..... 1 delight In offering () 1 ; Short three sears ago but I feelcomnvwsl and fenced: and dug a huge first of November, and- starting human life when he plants shade
.i tween a three-penny bit and ( M writ now. canal and then say K n the wrong with" the Oct. 29 issue of The Stuart trees under which" he knows full
.j Newt will" furnish( "
The Stuart
photo lad uU chose
prints js the penny When we. ,tint moved her. I land and then change routes again News my new mailing ad- well he wifl" never sit-Elton True-
:tat of. sizes Up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture er asked the lay if he chow continued to shop' in the WestPilii'll How many thousand of dollars dres shad be Bon 214, J to ten blood.
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 Cause it was the large piece" I : Beach and Jupiter area has this one road cost for nothing? Beach. .
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional 'Naw. not that If I took the Those. Stuart midmls protesting I)1 this their football that they ton 1 am also enclosing check for An ideal never becomes a cliche
print ordered from the sam negative at the they'd quit/ offering it. I the planting! of "their" trees al the .lightly while several hundred drive S8.5l to extend my subscription fmereryt becaux k is repeaICtLlCb -
same time; larger sizes by special: quotation want the biggest for I northern approach: to town must "extra miles of thirrv-fh to forty to Th Stuart News for two more : Fromm
\ Stuart News'/ employees will not take photo up by getting nothing" admit that the approaches to town. per day one way? They are keeping years. e
graph except for the news and advertising north' and south. were not WT hundreds of families from moving As a render of Mania County Mat of us never recofnu* opportunity
columns of Tb. Stuart News inviting to Martin County but this is I expect lo enjoy reading TH Stuart until it goes to work us
Duffy definitions; a book" As ,n,'.-.aen v-vf the: TrsveWn what thee want In order that they News more than ever I have our competitor"* tw inet-P. L

..... look at when the TV set goes : P.koJ&r1J, \. Cob of Jupiter, I play bad a bale ranger, Could bed a subscriber to The Stuart Andarri.

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Total $$103,260 : by A the public Board hearing of County will CommitkKXiers be held- (OcL 16 throuK" 23)) A State Income Tax Is I

during its 'L j"ner L catklll Contractor Deecrlptlom
Sixteen at the courthouse on Tuesday. Nov
issued in Martin building County: permits I last week were : 10 beginning at 9:30: a.m., in con City 01/ Stuart Newest Funds ProposalA
for a total of $103.260 nection with an addition to zon.ina
Five' city permits totaled $14400 ,- regulations concerning lots Ray Young 6'7 Bryant Avenue None Garage addition S 400StuartColoraJo slate income tax abolition of basis throughout the Mate.
and eleven county permits, fronting on more than one street Corporation 733 Colorado Avenue Alustolopouloa! Storage addition 1.000) Hometiteod Exemption and repealof William' R. Hough, vice president :

88860. J. Hartman 132' Riverside Drive Smith Pier 1,000J. tangible and intangible personal of the Florida Securities Deal

ZONE: BOARD UUI Holas North Federal Highway None Demolish building ............ property taxes were all suggested : en Association tax "double, called taxation"the and intangible re
Portland cement can be reinforced Krueger Building! :08:: South Dixie Hoooll"1' Remodel 12,000 to members of the Florida commended its! repeal.

flexible with, nylon, fibers to make a The Planning and Zoning Commission Council! of 100 recently at a meeting 1>t. W. M. Shenkel associate
tough structural of Martin County will con- .1Iart County
material in Tampa professor of !real estate at the University -
duct a public hearing at the courthouse
Residence 1,000 R. Bob" Smith Tampa accountant I. of Florida. recommended]
on Thursday Nov. 19 at RUllleIi Norr North River Shore! Williams Wagner
7:30 p.m. to consider the reconmg Emmett Craron Port loIoI'aca None Residence 9.000Riley outlined Ideas on abolmhmcntor the establishment of a state ta*
commission which would equalize
Heathcote modification of the Homestead
of a tract 100 feet wide throughthe Karl Herrl1n Addition 1)00
North River Shorn
Merrill aHoeiiuiienls statewide.
Exemption\ Act, plus the
center of block 7. section 27
NurseriesArchitect township 39 south, range 42 east. Jesse! HoIu North River Shores Karl Herrlin Residence 21.000 total ad valorem tax burden --------
C. A. Petty Palm City Gardens Nor Addition (too per capita in llillkborough County -.
Designed Landscaping. Aging alone does not cause Dr. R. Q. Penick St. Lucie River Jleights Apostolopoulus Office 1',000 I la too tow ST. LUCIE PUMP
Oriental Design A Specialty. hardening of the arteries. The James Corny Rio None Utility room :00Carl'le ( ) Mayor Herman Goldncr of St. & WATER SUPPLY
Complete Line of Ornamental earliest case! of burdening knownwas Perkins Port Salerno None AdJ.th.'n. SbO Petersburg described his county's
Plant Material. Tb Indian found in a fourteen-year-old ax structure as "completely Monterey Rd., R.F.D. 2
Jane Butler Olympia sid Jones Construction ('om rich) residence! 3tlll0) "
River Area'i Oldest Landscape child. I IOletl!. Ho called for fair ob-I. Giuild & P. W. Water System
Nursery Our 38ih Year. Torn ErvlR Wagner St. Lucie Inlet Farms Jim friend Residence: )10,000 allon of_properly I on_a__u"r, ,! & Vac-All Tank Loader
C. Pfeiffer Harbor Ray. Lien. Addition 6,000
Right off U.s. 1 at Llndhley METALWe Trowbridlle Snug AT 7-0233
Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone
HOward 1-5332. Are Workers In !Metal) W..... 1...'_.

. . IF WE WE CAN DOVT MAKE HAVE IT IT Rear Bedrooms Are Private and Quiet Sato-!ServlcRestab I .:. WELL WILL IIPIUNKI warro acirrLiftS DKIIIINn w.I !SY.TIMS rvR.



The first group of figures ALL FIATURC LiriTIMKrinMKCLAll
in the house number represents { TANKS
! TALKS. STUART PLUMBING the square feet of liva- Call fur I"Rnhtt" llarilneM FLOORI lNG'
& METAL WORKS able area in. the house! (The 'I'ml'
B.. other group I is an office number .
/ae ATlntta T-fllll alas BY
by don herold .) According to Jan Rein- $: "I A-I-A 3 Ml. So. 2H7.I202

bcr) Consult a local contractor STUARTFLOORING
Tops In Design for an estimate of s
building costs PFPO/&W&E .

ley are Ilil'eohle n KINGSIGNS By JAN RIIMR: I j\\1\\ \ G WOOD
l business Hume No. 896-150 I I VINYL VINYL TILE ASDFsrosASPIIkLT :.

Whether we like it or not, narrow 'SERVICED .
lots are here to May-with I KndiUnllal A CommcrcMPUMIM. l I I e RUBBrK
the disadvantages of noisy street I'' P\RKVY
traffic and nearness of neighbors e MNOItCMKESANIMNG

NEON SPECIALISTSFort The architect, therefore, has to I rocky, pebbles and a few plants by '-((1ut storage room is accessible OEIRAIINO) : I e
utilize the depth of the lot to create m tho Japanese fashion. from the carport (or garage). S.r I. ::;as PrJtllMING: I
<<- Pierce HOward 4.1399PAINTSHARDWARE a floor plan that provide the ''I The screened porch not only I Since this home was designed etoeM .I\'rlol': .InferiorIHrKLmMIK' I "Complete. tluorlng: Strvkt"

-- -- -- maximum: privacy for the indoor- serves as an extension of the spaceof for warm-region living airiness outdoor living so essential i i m Florida i the living room, to which H is and cross-/cntilation were considered
Home No 896-150 is onesuch connected by two sliding glass for all rooms. For instance, ,,. :P. OH I II PRODUCISNICKERSON 2H7...472
plan for a small retirement doors and one Jalousie door but the living-dining l area receives light MuviNeOlsino I
217 W, OStHHA A Vr..
AT 7.0363GALVANIZED home designed for a 60-foot level also provides an outdoor dining and! air front two sides and thereis
.. not just lot, with no particularly striking area ('ice table dotted on plan) a 10-foot-high ceiling over the RNe ARl''mAT Nlghts I Sundays & Holidays
view and with close! neighbors on which is hidden front the street two sliding glass doors (.see picture POM omtK
Vi PIPE both sides by the masonry barbecue (B) and I ). The ceilings follow the line 7-2447 \ DIAL M7-4767

a money \ Plu.'W' Ewalin. I This two-bedroom, dabon-grade the o by 7-foot storage rwn.Ihe of the gently sloping saddle roof nr _
P....Cut I. eases masonry! ,homo (28 by 32 feet) pro inside dining area (*",) by Bedrooms have croMvenlilatkm.I .
business"Though ClMlrlul StmillMMotnr vides a carport! entrance court and 7tt feet) (we round table dotted) I the bedroom area may be cloned RANGES WASHERS
a_... (or Bl.k. A.,l>........... screened porch to act as a buffer Is close\ to the other end of the off, however by a folding door HEATERS WATER HEATERS
Skill Pnrur C.H. mat h zone" between the street and the kitchen in the "L" of the living I (dotted on plan). .I+
First. Federal Savings ot' I INDIAN RIVER SALESON house For It be from I II
proper. the sake of fur room. may separated The construction' of Home No,
Vero Beach is in the business! of DRIVE -BLACII ONI MILK NO.JK.NSKN ther privacy and quirt. the two the living room by a folding partition i I 896-1 m) is as follows.: The. 4-ineh-
helping people save money and' I corner bedrooms face the back of (not shown on plan), if sic I, think reinforced concrete floor I OAeroeT
helping other people to buy or I the house I sired.A". I+, slab I is poured over vapor' barrier ;t19 T TRIOffNTY
build homes, they do not think of One enters from the street t sliding door (see arrow on and! solidly compacted fill, ; the ex.
themselves as being strictly in the I through the 10 by I 12-foot court: plan) can clone. off( the S by 9-foot i I Icrlor walls. are of 8-lix.h( concrete -. --.- -- -- .-- DOMMIIC

"money business.! WEISPAINT I surrounded by a low wall of decorative kitchen, which has the parallel I I blocks with stucco on the outside The shortest possible I trip coast COMMERCIAL
I block The pavement and counter with double sink (S) under and! styrofoam and planter on the I to coast across t Ihe U S. would bt :
They feel rather that they are landscaping of this court are related the window range (RI) with roooMhJt) Ceilings, are Insulated. a (light Marling In S a n I Uegas" LNDtMKIAL
in the business! of helping people & APPLIANCES I' to those of the screened porch hood and fan along the exterior I flattered and hold electric: coils C'alif. and ending in Norfolk, Va.
realize worthy financial aspira thus extending both spaces visual. wall and refrigerator (RF) on the for radiant/ heating (Another way RADIO
tions.! 605 ('m.ORAUO ly (see plan). The roof over the inside wall. Wall cabinets are of healing would be an oil dual- -----
287-1184 i screened porch n partly solid and shown doited. The kitchen opens will healer marked 'II' on plan) DISI'nTCLEDlb. ?
There are a thousand "human I partly screened (tee picture)) About into the carport (or garage) for I Interior partitions are of wood JtLECT iW: MMORRESIDENTIALCOMMERCIAL SERVICE
aspects'' to First Federal! business ADMIRALMajor I two-thirds of the !porch floor is easy transfer of groceries. Laundry and plastered, on both sides.plans "lUppyIhrtfl",
and they enjoy keeping customer paved and the rest is landscapedwith appliances: (washer" dryer andwater were drawn. by architectJan Al, INC. 287-4330
relationships systematic and hu Appliances grim and shrubs around! a beater), with) wall cabinets Reins. the editor, of IkirldaHome's Bart, .
man. & TELEVISION small reflection pool (P). T h 11 above them, are located in the magazine/ (Magazine available John ll.mlrr. Route A-l-A f CuU.ii Gal
IlInJ'lCaplnl'Vuld be done with carport between the kitchen and at Vsls "Hook Shop or by
Their loan service is neighborly OGOBenjamin ----- porch door. These. 'laundry appli mailing SI to lOOO-Fifty-tccond:
and fast Their long enables antes may also be used as a serving <
experience Street North, Su Petersburg 10,
Moore (1)\IPUTE: counter for the outdoor dining CASA
them to give good counsel on r Ha.)
location material, construction! 'tit AUI'USIOTIVB area. I _______ "Over 22 Y.nr. FnptrUrnct"
Paint & I I
Wallpaper this (96-tquare-foot home hasadequate
. plans, title, etc. REPAIRS I storage space: each bedroom II I India ipettaclcd entire it re AIL WORK Your HEADQUARTERS+ Store
$errln puled to 'be the world' moil I
You can save money on your has R feet of cloxcui (with bl- CUAKAVItMlVree :
loan there because! their initial PAINTSAVE I r) fold doors), a 4-foot linen closet vicious snake.STUART'S for a Folding Door
f.Wel1 located In the bedroom hall anda
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and interest rates are reasonable I EstimatesIICRNHIO
costs, and because! they allow you 3-foot closet in the living room I OF STUART I Make apace) |ilrt privacy with a folding door and
10% ON (next to refrigerator), and the 6 '
we hays tvtilablf for you to see and choose ill thit s
to reduce your total! interest costs CHASONS GARAGEDIAL IMIJtIOK I OKSIGMJt 1t..In AII.,10
PURCHASE: OK best. for
by making advance payments on : I you. ,
principal! without penalty, when $S OR MORM AT 72311RELIABLE LaTiMAtui tart IN< VIIU'

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.. Vet Beach 542-2J73 s f g s g 1.1Wd. S.pply" WINDOWS ;.';.. fw pmmlksi", hacsuatI

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I Directory t For Beauty \

Organizations DirectoryORGANIZATIONS

I !: It .u-J..... In Past WeekStuart

\. ORGANIZATIONS: O'\IUNMfI'ITAt.:' ot\l.UllfZA"IONS City Praises Ambler '"r. i tI. -

Ak.bo1IW.d HWlh* .It* CC* .|MU
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irJ. B Cwmmnrtr CTAauNwr ... Mayor nay ...... 11010 .... ::. hbt N._ Sailfish Club issued a citation
..... En..-(_ Cw*. ...-4th. M' .*.. | ..aw Ottr Ban and a rdnsB. .btdtoo to
...- I 1,05 ,... = .......
*Mt Guard,Auafll.. IftdiahMmii fora
i Robert A. Wslker '
Will loan Him Out'
OvaimaaderWaiSra. Jl Bauma .
AnimalPtMlJun P..c, La_ Mon. >p..... Oaaat Oaard. A... Bid*. ALl. SAINTS'; EBISCOF.Mr-J..a.. SubBET. Milfiiih caught from the .0.....
*-..... Burl J RUot Coiaty Cmnniaala DIAL-A-PRAYHl AT 7-2512 II net II," with (SpOuts A. A. WhiIi-
Chol'lII.nA.. .
IIII.hI...'**PVrt* nniaf W...... Chik4tk tnd-4tk Taw, taw mam Waiba_......_ 'Ii." 1._ .nl."". -__ I car. sailfish .
PN.M.-LId.. Munntn r M. C. Bawd. .f Zonlnf AdJuatnMatCharrmu Fast the City LimitsMayor ASSEMBLY OF COD-Mai. Out E t G; Citations were imucd! for
$ Ti... ...lahl FrMt MatL( BankCoMaaut -Prd. Khoada. 'RKV: I. H. DANIEL. Farmer I I J .. ,,;; INr ,,::.. end lS.rmuI and other varieties of fish to:

Th....... Till ... Court,,.. Panda i.b.m I 1,1 loadip Holy COmmtlltttl
Farh.NwUI fllMr 1IIa_ Itd, pm :ijit: :ttmmu, Morntnl: I W.k Day.ToMday J. Stanley Blackmon, Cocoa Beach

Property Owa.r. Aalatkm Martin Cauntr Museum c-.I.: ..... f i**,'*.jn._ Ib.ra. Bffch Wmhfe, *,. I -V .... Holy C..m.. .. seven.foot. three-Inch ..ilfi h;
."*.Id.n'-'C. M Rohrah.u.1I Chairman-rrank B. M**.v Ray M. Cooke of the ;city: parks and unpaid chairman Ho .m MmUy. a kTaftfaa Tbur.duy'-lI .m Holy temmunlMk" I
**Un.. lad Wwbwaday. at' feonH. 4th TUM.. Til* ...m., omrdionia. City of Stuart 'issued the following I of the U. S Beautification Committee Till :. : ..*. .\\1.1' ... I (POrn 4am Tkur.4.y. Holy CnnmiinloBUnity h.alto. HnrhMFriday Henry H Terry Maitland.
Canal Card.ns'CW, I II ; M. ; and d rif'l
Aan4.'Mn. C.: Plan.lna and ,ZulC.mrnIuuipjurhntom: I ty-five -half-pound
> print notice Thursday: but he had 'overstepped the PlEAT BAPTIIT-aoo E Akron A..... '
r..ld.nt A. qMajmmlat Char| ,
OjaIrd :
jir.Bh Ckunk T04 S. Flllk, For! FlamI while aboard
Bun, lpm.. etonnly Ornirihr.ni.. Tkur. Tin: : The City Com mission of the mark a"v. t'OKKICIT WArIUN>>. PiuterSuaday I II .Oft ...... Ckunk Sandar phin. fishing \

Franhald.,. AananilanPr.sId.n SekMl Bar CilY of Stuart wishes to make Everybody is happy that Iho city 510: ..'. WoraMp R.r.lr. I Tilt, p.m. ....IMa Wutin.udan Caribce with C'pfailAir R'- I

1iI .. .loani. Gn V. 1sIani iiofrnwui-ltenrp d. EIdpud. clear the following information. now has seen fit to authorize him .Ml a.*. Suaday Stboolllri LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW Phd;
** on aaU t d Mon., TT*. ".mv OunaoT.wa ....' >0a.m. Mornlnt Wrahlp I tAmrrlcan Lutheran Church Welt TidwclU Auburmlale, us- ,
Card a dab .f Stuart of S... "(I).The City Commission did to Cooperate with civic club an. ( staG p.m. Training- Unto W. PrIm VIta BIll1 Pl Si. ...... .
'_I _Mn. Jokn W R...*.y M.0.,.. /. 1I..u.llnI ll. r.lnt hot criticize Park' Superintendent the county on the beautification 1 141 f... r:..*la. WarshIp. H. C. 1PB, PA8TO foot six-inch lailfikh while" fishing That Is' You. .1.1I
lad lilt ...... W. .. W.dnwdajr110am. aboard the II with .
Moik. "' Clnk' "Skipper ,
I Ind W.... S pm, Town Ban Ambler but commended him on Sol of U. S. 1 past the city l limit. We .' ...._ F**.. Barrle till .... Sunday SchooL I

Hlltl....: Park Chin A< .Utlni - - - | well done. commend the city for this author I hull, ..... WorshIp B.r. .. Captain Cliff Hemtetrl.eland :
Pro.Id.n.1 l MaanllnIM
PALM Cmr .APTlS1''- ,. a< McCard I
Mon.. ,,10 ...m., plrnt "Natlmal' Ban) POLITICAL ORGANiZATIONSlt.pnhitems "((2)) The three palms will remain izalion HaNKY TATUH, ., Po..... HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC-IndkuH. *. McKeown Brooksville. -

Indlaatowa a..... Club Club .f Maria C....,. outside the city limits at Not who doet it, hut getting i It ,,41 ..10; fliinday School Itl&. XAV1KB: IENECHMoanesSundaug : seven-foot, two- nch. laillkh while Pelican i

PrMld n -Orady Braltk Pp.aM.at-JanM I. W..... originally planned by the UcaUtr- done h the Important thing-am II toil *.... Mornini WOMhlp faS, .....1 POut Fn ] fishing aboard the Ciulfstreom' j -
gel Mon. I ...10. laaakllcaa. Waua'a Club ., MartIn" Ca ficution Committee for the north nobody eke in our area know Tilt iia pa pm, Kv.nlna-Training Wor.Mp Union. day, ..am. COli,...Ioa. oof or. Maiaw with Caplain Von Jonnlun;

JaM< ..*...' Curium Club PrMln..it-.W. Arnold' 4,..... how to do it than f 14 p... Wdn*. entrance to the of better Hilt Am P E. Wulker Saratoga .
City Stuart.
PnldrnoMra. C.l).,:ln Wln! *> 4th Tu.... I p.m.. r1r. NatlMial BaaliM.C. .r MMtlnc Ea.l 0.... 80ul... d, Sluarl Beauly'Salon I II
Ir4 wW, I p.m.. J.: B Won...'. Club DMBMMtl IItl.. "((3k) It will be necessary for the bier. INN KKV AHTHUtt A. HMITH. IlwtolSunday seven-foot, four-inch Bullish/ while
1**.*. Boark; W_.'. A.Ml tloliwlnVnt (:h.I..n--lCdw.r.. T. Murray In.uutl city; to confine future bcauufiia-(j FIRST BAPTUT-.Prt ....... 7 :50 .,III.. Holy RuekaHmt fishing aboard the Marybob HI,"
..... IMEIII AU'R1'IIIKIIU'JIoT.: O 0. TAYLOR PutatI I 00 am, Homing Pnumr 'Hat aid
........ Moa- SR M.rle 7t7 OlubbouMlualar Mllln MMtlnc.N-Tma.on.Marfl suItREUCIOUS ** 8t Clam tfon:< projects to the City of Stuart Ml *.n>. Pundit SchoolItlOt .. Irdi Holy Miakartat Itnd 4tk andtkl I with Captain Bob Scrnnshcr: En.lllp b; Appointment I II

but it has authorized 'Its park i Kl,4)11 lilt ROtMl* ..KHirlppit : ..... MoratoB. W thk) ( I I' tot a.niH Mnniliir. Bobuol Harold N French Satcllit I
Womant OukPn - - - I uutnF.lu' tiSuV .BO DTO II :00 ..11I. Holy Fm-k.rl.1 I I.I a.4 I
.ldon_Mra. 0". Crwmw.ll OKOANIZATIONS"' superintendent: to co-operate with Dl'.IlIut our $ %LT' ,5.'r5:53PIoIii.ltll.o 1 tto p.lII.p.m. r:.*nlnr Wankkj PAd tOut Mornln Prayaf (ind .e Bciu.h, selen-foot.' four.inch wilJ MyrriM Clark. Claire Scrsntoo

1(4 MOB,.,I p aw Woman Club Girls. civic clubs and the county) onwauuficalion Silk ,... WailBMdw. tiara I 4tkl.,I. I fih'hllc' fishing aboard t h I 7-3484''
FrUadlr SaatetjMr I It is 0 I. I T I 0 ,.. Tharatlun and Holy Davai 7 It ..m.. 215 OSCEOLA AT
Iain. Cbolv ctle fellow
Martin County Andukoa Soclttr Boar" .. *.- *. Juk WaltUarI of U. S. 1 I. 1 I1IA.8.ot hoot: I lruIceltnu .>* and It on' a.m. llnly Eutharlit8umn.tr HowJee: with Captain i Hill/ ,

,Prv.1. lnl.>Mr.. Wlllnr ,8, I'uin.utIrd Fri.. ....* Bt M.., CIo..... "The above action was the nl In Muslin and Hi. I tirAnnnnHinh"rakln .Rfh.dnk. >, M,041 I,m. and 10:It Burdgr -.
Tun.. *t noon Mr. FornMt homo St. RIO BAPTIST ..m. flunday.EPISCOPAL .. I __ _
roll$ Mmlal Haallk; JMt CSd' me and correct actibn taken by | ,. of artlfl RfcV JACK FCRNANDESi4l -
c. AMoUUo rar Pr.aid.nk'" Mr. Edward Klna.ll : !
Pro.ld.nl-Ka.. Donald 8.-hro..4r. lit Mon.. S p m. School the City Comml ion at Uicir last Hnlly, Inti.iilurnd, lrlpd' | hum from .m. Knnd.r SVk.*l CHURCH, Ckkk OF THE St., IndlanMwtREV Bl.FStI'ZBACRAMEr4T34. '
thinail and hnicfclnh lliO, ..... Moralut WoribbJ
IndL T....... aQua,. Th. Reef nater 01
St 1._" Holy. N_. Baabtp regular meeting"Thi Vni-tln and HI. Lucia t'ttuOtlnu ptueeiu silo p m. Tralnln; Unlo W. THOMA8 LOUtkl"
M. C Cbaptar, Amarlo.a CaaM* .....tr r.ll.nt.,.-H. Ro.rn.rln was not one of the newt.paper. apiloua thrpm (to thipVija"rmria ""I".... tit 1,41: : EY.nlu Worship Pill: ..m. Choral School RETURN
ch.lrm.II.llorr JohntoqMartn Tbuta. iMrfiir .. ..1 ... Wad. t Itt EuharUI
Bud Hua, S p Soh which said that >lwhl"lt'ir'no"' If thl.r. lila Friyr VMtlBC p m. Holy
I _ the City natIve
Mn ."'I' Hospital AmrtllarrprMldl --u : :
h ,. .. CHRIST MEMORIAL.-Juplt.p" Inlaid.
COmmission Hnrlda. IMM
Curt Otto. Mr Ambler : m nniia TROPICAL FARMS IAPTIST-Hwp.71
l.t Mon Flrat NatIonal BankMin'l STUART li tip wntpra' of Mnrtln,, airS HI LEWIS BTANC1U,_,...... (Winter 1001 gnly, t>n. l. April
IjttPlo fViiinl Ira. and .,4t .m..? Sunday fehaollliOO ROGERS
c....... Club T'raaa 40O-8routm. ".. Rnhrl P.lk. A Stuart News story said that: WHFrtmK: Iron I IlIac,,, of Mur .mm. Marnln Worhh CHURCH. OF GODludlaotaauREV.
Frlallat W.l.. 7:50: .. Union Hall lit .nd. Hi. .. EVEHFTT MOSS
Prw.lH nt-K*> N. f m rile Jiulp 001'\1.' Ihrouirh I .41. *.m. Tralnln* Union
TUM, 1 il. p.m., M. C. Air Bid*. hip. 40* .AdTl.or. Karl DuIp was not being reprimanded. I loir own. nttitrn. prnmntpil thp ar. alt. p.,,. r.": illuj WrhlpItOt lout ..m. Sinday SchowUlOOaai
i hur.H T p.m.. X.tb. Chiin-a: Albany SUna4rn City Commlsiion/ insured WilliamE. llflclal I"I'mlII"tlo" nf alrlptil. h".. : PBU: Wd. Mldwwk I Pray. ) Mornlnp; Waranl
M.ria C_." Retarded Chftdr.a' Aa a.Fraal ><| 444-Adoleur. Ert Klrkh.rt'him Into' anma of the itt,. tilt, pm K "
''* Of Martin -
.. _Ira BwltrlSrdThura '. 7 p m, M.th. Chunh Albany St. Ambler, paid superintendent of : and Ht. Luil ('ntttItu, : and tillS p.m.:: Wd h.-r.: ?:'plo'. TO CONGRESSPAUL
., 7ilOpm., Com Rm. lat Nat.Wrinl Cub: : Pack 4IO, '-'Cnbmaat.r, P: D: HI.rn.Ul "WMHTIFAII IMP, FlorIda.. Board nf DUNKLIN. MEM L IAPTI3Tladl'at.w.11EV. Ead....irCHURCH
Swmrtari AiMdatloaPiMldmt .tk Mon., T ,,10 p.m. CitknIK School roiBprt l llun. Halt \\inn ItUbwl* !; TED LOTT I
Mra. Barbara Ann Llndacy Cub Pock 430-Cubma.ur; r Ko...... TlltM.,.n. tonppralpd I b> mnklnir PX lliOO a-m. Sunday BchoolIliOt OF THE COOD SHEPHERD-
Ilk. Mon. Comm of ItO offlc. Lait Man. tuSO, II..... buck C....... _l -4 I '"n.1., .'"dl... a* tn a iluhlp. |10"*. S.tlt ajn. Mamlnf Wucuhlp A.!'Ito'
tI..n., pnv Tralnln Unlou RKV ELMER L ALLEN
flt.Ilthu' und .
Palm Lak. Park CIvH. AaMclatlna JEMSEN BEACH .ona tn"i. HHld Intrudurtlono fI.pr..pnll.1' *"* lilO .... Wvnblp' B.r lc1dtp 7:10 I.,.. Holy Communionlti
Troop 401-.10.. O lat&tiatt and MldWMkT ...... .
i Wed.
Pr.uIdunt-C.eIl M.lton<< RIO NEWS. WB1ICRTOAIS 1k. ii,,", and Frr.li t am Parfik Burharl.t, 8n.
led Monday, Hr.t NatIonal) Bank .. TiM ,..m., tommunlly Hall IVutep ll.h I flnmIolnt, unnp.rnird, .nd, Sunday SahooL
Cult Pack 401-Cubmuur: H. QuInn I In thi VPnlur* by riirnlHhlnequip.. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-EMI 10th ...

Palm. City en.... CluPid.nMI.II.bal Cub"h Pack W.I. .403 I -p.m.Ouama, Community Bhlp.Jr Hall MRS. C B. HEASLEY m..1 WHJoJflIIJAt4.and peruoune*.. I. mund REV.ok JAN darai JANUBZKWUKl Mow thr ..... -AdmW StIOl. SkyUn JENSEN' Drl.BEACH J.nMn COMMUNITY BM.RKV \ \ ROGERS

FlnncySnd 4th, Wad.., hIS p.*> t:1. Hall F'o.hl.' nonril '"n"rVatlon"fM Uturdnr ItlO.Con'M.bin.i NICWT&4 M. TWtlDT
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of <
'huru.. lilt "10.. CIvU C...'U* .;.. Correspondent B.turd.j., ni Tharaday. t ,. >... Sunday School
- - Flnhprlpa nivlnlon tnt. th
**/r* fIrst Prlili. of month dIll. to P RO urn. MartIn Wonhlp seeks
aim Clip CIH Orranlutloa SERVICE CLUBS lain' and FrP.h "' .1. Finn. Com 0. your
Praaldntr-Alldy. Zullnlckl AT 7.01181' I mlaalnn toe dPlprmlnnd. that also, .ad TuG to" I,It ,..7 fon, p.m. W.dnc.dny. Kmlnr Cnolr ,
Cnrltaa Club af ittiartPr.uld.ubAurua fffnrt TlOO, ...... Tkuraday. HldwMk S.rrv
lad TM.H Cl l. C.nurP.ln and fund pxppnriPd by lor'.1| .III.| '
.,.. Clvta AcUtf. Hu.toaWad. P- : -4... pn. of Mnnln anti. Ht I.unl. Cot",.. ST. CHRISTOPHUIt CATHOLIC JEHOVAH'S WITNESSE: *-Brill R_ ill views thru
C.rava. a ., It noon, Townhoua a..to..... tics anil hi th. roopprallna,; Slate' Hofc .... 1..4'-1,10. Watehtown Study .

lat PmlO.t-ltev.Moa.* S ,...J.. koau.Part W. .Marion lndl.nl.wa. KI..... ClubPr..ldunt..Jumm RIO CIVIC CLUB Avnurlpii Ihcip. MI hvp hppn noonvo4l101nil : IUM ml lll, .... .....,. Manday 0 pm Blbl. Htudy
arllflrlally Introduced Tbur.lut-TI0, Jllnlatry Sohowl. III, his'annual
Balara. CIW AaMolatlMPr.ild.nt IU. CARD PARTY tInt an" al vru.ve. ry proti-lon| und FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIEN. html.. MaUnt
.... Wed., IS ill pm. gcmlncU laaJrawa .. "' TUT.-734 Lana Oa Bwilmrd
lit Thar.-, W.lur I pm' Cinti CmUr Rio Civic Club card party held \V."lHHF'v:: 'tT. "prJrrA'l'on"1. } I 1 ,jOO ... Bunday School REDEEMER LUTHEIIAN- 0... St.01EV. 'C

Ird, Thom, S ...... 8upp Boclal. 0.0.Pr ..ld.nt-1'4 Bomb'; LI.SchmIdt... Club. "uesday, Oct. 29< was well at lhp..a .In.artlfl thp, |"w.tpra Iiv Intro. or.liiwd,MA.tln. atrlpndnnji a jHt II liO,Kit, a.m.:. Mornlnr Wd.i: T'Wonhlp.tlm
.. Retina. Civil DafaBMFlrahoua. it-lrd W.d., lit! P.... ImoV.J.plt.r.H.b. tended. There were fourteen ta- LnHr, rmmtlpa I I. hpn.tlol"l "10 R.aIl.. Room. 11 blotter. A.. Year 0 10 urn. Sunitay School. Hlbl CI...

.. Ind Tuoday, lilO ,... / Swnd KJwula. Club bits in play with prizes going to the ......p..1 w.It... and Around. Houn-Moa. thru ..e. 10 CHRIST THE KINO LUTHERANIc'B'TW -
.... .. ., wil ICItlIAP. Ih., .nl I pm
CI. Club ''- K u.rt Harp 1..0:1.1.11": n..1. !
..ld.n'-.l..1r Shorn :: Lit Maria Mrs.. Charles Conrad Mrs Ethel o.lIon.: ot AI..lln .nd 1iI1. l.iurle. !;;
1 pm, JupIter CHURCH CHII T.i .. JOHNSON P..t f
... I (',,"ntl... .nanlmo".IT tb.. OF Pdm ...RdBKUOk ....
Than.. lubhtuioItwart luetsch, Mrs E. HaitI, Mrs. C. "flflnrt am. Chunk 8 : COBUB.LI
Club' nf StuartP'.utd.ntD Mlnlatat
R.lary utrtIcntl.tn, nt ulutprd tie. l III theue I:00 .. Paalor. lja .
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W :;
,. Ron.Id R. Alllar.Wid. Schumann. Mra. M McNish Mrs. .. :
..unll.., : ;
Iwn Unit
I M.ralnr
a.m Worship PAUL ROGERS
..... 11... Oorn.llu. I). VwaarMWFrd lIIbt.titudp prompt
., 1,11, ....... Trad.. Wlndi Elsie Booth Mn. M. OJcll. Mrs. I VOW, THUIFFOHP. ; BE tT RM 15tH Lrn. pays
W.4* Blat. p m, Club BuUdlna WllVFn' hv Ih. FloMI lliaM IIOG, a... WD..ItI and 0_...... FIRST METHODIS'f-tlllO Colon A.
1'..........C.rdM Getup Stuart Klwanl... Club H. Orelf Mrs B. Scawald Mri l.nrepVttonIhI I : or 1 lAo .... E..nl.o: W........ Rev. ALLAN H. STUART
Ohalrmaa Mr Rabart i. EMaf Pn.ldp. lr, H. HuMdal BI...... W..n....... I... a... Morning Wnkbj attention to
C. B. Heuslcy Mrs Jack (II In M-nln" and ft ..." \" fniin personal
lit WwL. lilt am, bom*. Thura. II ill p... Tow BOUM Carpen- tip* It ahnll. HP. .unlawful. .In tnko lilt ..... MldwM Blbl' It.** ItHIt, ... Chunk. 8>h_l your
.. _ .Iu." HI.. __... Sqilara Daac. Club. terj( Mri Oeorgs Curran Mn )HWleser atl.init, itt Ink ulrlpptl h.... from or UiOt, ... Momlni Warahlp
Pra.ld.nt OlUiart BaUH the rail. hmi-klKh .. Till CHURCH OF OOO-nkjr M tilt. ...... Voulh r.Ulfihlp.tl4 .
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE and Mrs Fiorina DA vanex or W"I. : .n'l IUV letters and
Hka lm.nElro.Id.atDr. Thun. S pm Youth Cutlet (II) 1.h.\ .II hp unlawful t.. pnn. BILLIE M.ALPINlOtOa TRINITY METHODIST-.Ion. Renal requests.
Mrs. .
the Behool
am Sunday
Evelyn Voight won
William M>.rIrd Stuart L.... ClulaPld.ntII..o" Intuit'hunt ha-a In Martin. .ut'S II ,.. a... Mar nine Wonkl a..v. NEIL GUNAICS I
I ,.... Community Oaakat door prieHuiteHMi. Ht' 1.1"I (Vmtlpa nnilww a.m. Suaday School
TUMI, ; k '...urlt..b p.... &...1.. Warahlpt
.*. daach Ana Ind.4tb Wod.. I ....... Town BOUM. were Mrs Hubert an IT pmprw Jo'1fU'I'tll''t,.ncir I" dwlarprt HFSOT.VNDtnt '. end' Silt pm Tu.... Prayer' MMlIni II ,01 .... Woraklp It...... .

Pr.ldn I .-KV.nk Forab.r. :: Stuart Son.ln.Ut Club Klein, Mrs 1. Kauwald. Mrs. Oerild 'Ihla r"." rhall. hpr>r.lo* lilt" .Ir4,11I. PiouS En.nIn1.. Wonhto. l.| a.. RE-ELECT OUR CONGRESSMAN
tai MOB. dlrMttra.. S p *.. ... : : .. an eminency nipn. ir, i it
I lilmt Luulu
Miller Mason and Mri. Charles Zo THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST I
P.rt ....... l.t lltur. noon, EIuoIu.n Hotel ; let bw.nm. a n.r.c t.tcruttrUlon, C inFtnrlda .. lCnitr lloi l Palm CHr) OSCEOLA STREET METHODIST. *... I
PrsnIdIC. .1..It.... ., Ird. Ikun. ...u... Anckorw. Yacht Club I jic. The next party will be on \ Hoard of C annum. .tlno.| HIvtalnn -. BlvV WIUJAM t :K:. WIUuK, PaatMti4 RKV.It4l. ft H. KNIGHT: JIl. .. I PAUL G. ROGERS
I, Thur. I ,..., llrahouMk 4 of Stilt Water P"nh.eIt.< | | 81le a-m. Snndcy Bikool $
f lod Stuart! JayHMlunldfn Vemlctduy, Nov. because of; tv (tl'H' day aflpr puhllnafinn In innFlnrliU > ..11I. Ckurak. Srkoul llttl .... Mornln Wor.klp. '
|,; arl !- vf. n monny) N.t.onTUM "uesday! being election "duy >rtmim.lr'llv liprl.l.r II 00 "10. ,'h. B.rvlc. (numrr pro. Wo.... isiuslunuep Bo.lot. mania fIN
I Fr *W.._M. R- (I....,.) 1.1.1... ., Tilt, ..... rink ...>. PitIed. 'thin Id) day of OrtolinrA naluitlOiSS W.'". of. o..1t at 5,41. ...
lud luur.. ., S a.m - - .. .l>. 1 1TW<. .m. It 5 ..m. Wodn.adu'. Worn.oa. .= .y,
RetaIl Marchanta DM.loa. Chairman-Phul Sao.Iht VETERANS ORQANI2ATIONBAaiarlaa COOKIE BOOIII Whole'III "'RYA'1'1'. COMMUNITY.._ 8.... till p,.. Board of ...*....... sad .TH pi.raieT I '
Lfla. Jaaa lomb. UH\'EIINO\ mUIR rANom" Tkura. mob mouthS
*> Thur.. Stuart Cbunkw BulUhif I > BKV: NEWTON M. TWtKJT
Uonimaail.r-bui.n.!: minim Rio Sill. ..m. Sunday d.hool ... Woo SOUTHERN .
Iud.dtb.. Moa S Legion Ball Civic Club will sponsor the ADA'.IR. METHODIST* .......
P..J, ..
cookie booth at the Parent TeuchJr $P1I'HETAIIY 5T.T1tsTiiIs 5.14
Inhibit l.iktpPr..td.obMr AawrlMB Lailaa. Staarltorum.udw :- em' Wonhlp Bryw Tit. Democratic Loaders in Florida _
Association' Halloween : ; sory
.. VIrginia It, F.- -< hnrlH Liteeft: partyat $ TI' x'rwpsATTIllLNll S.1"1" i
Ind Thou. 1 p.m.. It... lloard m..tln" lid a4 t.*. r>l.. I p.... Ud... Vail Jensen Beach school Saturday (lhNiCit.bL. J It .._ EoMRIi: "LMIB. '

ltd Tu... I p m., 1Ioos. mm. at I.Ibrarybaak A........ Ln...... ludl..t.w.Comm.nd.rJIm venuig. Oct 31. DAY Ph nn"II' ') 1'1'1I TIllS C'fRf..T.Jt"I4'f"'I'. I SItS OP'TIlP I'r It J'JJ lit p::,, Eoanlm Tuwday "M\:'l\'** Mwllnt110pm I I FLORIDA'S Agriculture Business

Waltaa Why I sIll.. .. : W.liM.day Prar.r ,
J7In' Members of the club are tskeijo ('lMPTIUlJ..Elt .R lit IKYIS' I 405 IT,.
gel ....
Fraldn IlAlIt5tit. I" f'slAt'EHI: FIRST METHODIS _._
U. "...., I ...m.. lat NaIl Bankfttnte AamrlMa Uflo AucUlary. 1.***. Bomb furnish cookie. They may betaken .f HnwP' '''' I'O'f.TIUGAtll'REn :' ''so "oiI' ItO?. OIoOROI: R. MCLOJItMICE. and Industry with
CaBMrvatlua .......l.nl<-Mr.. Bmma nrd.r I to the Rio clubhouse Sttt- 1Dnrn.Af'F' FlliHnAT0 P ...1 .... Rad.p SeboI are prospering

*u.a, lilt p,. Stuart.r..... Oaata Sd.4... MM, I ..akAaMrlcaa : urday between 1 and 4 p.m. > ti itbitHY.iIKRINTmtIiflh'NW ::.'.c.'-: ''ro'S'fI'! UAV.: II.OG.t.. a....._.. MY"05so'nia. W.......

L.M! Avilllarr. Stuart HI ; n. OI UlK. a rnrporallnn R:... .
Stuart Sillflak Club Jilt pm. W..I''rO' President B. Johnson
l'r.oI.i.it-Mci. Th.r.. brawanH.4i : I iilnir un"Icr She I.... ,... Lyndon
Peetteai-W.' B. Dr.olcy I t IlLrr INflTnt'MtOo.r: I.fi'l fi'l Tkor....., Junior' ChoIr
Peter Bull of FPI Lake. Ill I Mtrd ntatea.
Rot Wed, S pm. pommi a.MllnSr '' M.a, S, pat. Lailaa. U0 of '\mi' > ,i4l pm Thununy. flcnlor Choir

| Wad, S p.... dlra. >*ra. lit Nad. Bk.FIREMEN'S ....d. Caunly Birracka, W.WJ V...... I In now at hit home on Wuvcrly MvinmoNFrt norrw rnvvrri... : or" ".. FIRST P.UBYTE..AN-N Itl.. 'k_

- - - C.mu'und.r-t'bIlip' A Kir.* Avenue for the winterTiooperill. AUIII't'l.TI'HI'J r"t..IOIiIF.M.t-. :.')!::, REV. IIAU'uL... A. HAHniS.' PutorttOt .... .
ORGANIZATION aMrd frl. i B. CoannaaltMarti o. ; ;" 1 If' married' "ft" T IIEV.. -..-.. .-"- -,>.0.,.-. .. .-.'.\\.11.- _.....> _&u'q w_____ -

: IH* lWk FbvaMa" '. AuillUrf CMHty .......... Au.llUry" AH' AVTTIIM < m"'MTtI'MWI HtRTM.wife.: : HHl FN' TYTPMvxtezasttyp, ( 1.:0.: ....m.". Sunday Srhonl
W.rhlp ferric.
Pr.slIenb-.Mr. >Url. Profltt 1'.ld.nlIIUI"' N Halt I
t let Monday a pmPrmlumk lot.Ird. Fri, I p BI" "N.w' ton., Chuiwh, ) .. .!. tiOf p.m Y.un, ,....'. Fill.mklpFRANCI .

c 1__ ..." _.1nI' FIN 0.--' Vat...'. Council .. MantIs Cmi.ly: AT" T: If.PRESBYTERIAN.... SumS I 'OIllMUNITY

Ja.. Ald, hal.m.n-.luh.. W. K.ll r ; l1WI'TY n. PCANI.AP:' TO: juWJWEp'irflTilt: } : ......
tie.| .< .. ..".. F
Fli.aia- AvallhrrPrwldmit .. V.F.W.. StuartommiinnprDonaM ? tha hnrrbv ... HHITBV ha who, It ll-tt a... Won.Ip 8.r 01.l .
undprala-npd .1111thRl
murrlpl. reel IPI ..
-M.r C.tauaa ; < oIIrn.oto. tilt Voalk FrlMwaklp I
(' AtsutloIud'iib I \ tha fnrce-nlnr rp.olullnn ,I. .i. knowni, Ul Y }HHriTH 1 Hit
Thur., I tit FlnknMfMt rtlttMX
lid p m, Wl.i Adult- Youlk Ckoll.NO. .
n..... 00''''. Oat* ButUladVJW Sa I:trim and rnrrort, pnnv. :ariopwi I..tl< 1 O'I'M and. 1.\WlnS'Jo: : TA :; I
Sal.ru* VatuahM. Fir. DarUaBFraaldan. .. Ih* fMvlHlnn of Silt. Water, ::1:1"\: .. .hunbanl Cnnntv hoot j jtufton' UNrrAHIAN FELLOWSHIP
_Robert. Joh.aonlatlrd :' 1..I..t. _. tortes nr th- Flnrlila Hard nf ('nt \ ".rk" tt... *. horn IJ1: Font Ploap, Si.nrh Lommiinlty CMterir I
Ttua, flrakwia\ C'.............JoMpk. w. 1'__ .aprvalloiit\ Tallahaaaaat r'lorlda, IbIS I !iI Scumop .. Fort' ,1.... Booth
I....... ..*<, Silt .... Pol Maaw ; III day or Olohpr. AJV 111(4.mv Toil anilrath. of you ar. hereby .II..loip. ..nl.... ,14 p... lu.4..
: ..C nr tlfpi| | that .110..1. School, i. ... .
I a romplnlnt to Peeday.PENTECOItAL '
VJTW. AunA.... Stuart0om.ando.Mro. Puns. kyu.e lp.uuucd I. StulI..d Sn. A. built,
,. NA ertt hi.DII itfl1IGF.Tep. clue certain N.ndiu Peruu
rnartiraae tho f".1'
Chapter. OraW al D.M.layMa.tor ori "' ...... .....
.,ii Uwlnv' rieacTlheii .181.-1. ... I 00. I.u1nnitur 0.1 keit,,
J.nnU SmIth
Cua>llor -Ja* Iryd ... prop.rt n CaTU', SKINNER, ....... .....of ...,...
|aaV4<.Ji Men. f lit a.at.. boils Tamil.A I...... W... 001.... Cats BvlldlMMISCELLANEOUS n.ontn.I10AnD OJ' of Th*toot Poulk 1 and II r.toot nt I..>{ 4. all i It It .... lIu.'" School
)StlF.Il.VAT.USW1'f"ffIJ" tha North S fptof '
.... Maaat Lw.. - - - Lot 1 In nInth. 44 nf Hm...|. I tilt ..... Bandky >....II.tlo ..r... -
Wonklpful II.. -Ckrhtlaa Bulb. hand nnrt nfflrl.l' I wavHopiliinof Hi I.ucle Kplalea tJt p*. WdM.d.y 11kb. Bt.dyCETHSEMANI EveryFlorida

'lat-lrd Tkur. I ..... Maaoala' '... CIVIl Air Putrulenmmund..4t.ul.uaut. rt.hl.: If day .t October. AlA Plat: hook I. I'tjn 4 Pubic K*: I .. CHURCH OF CHROI C-_ -_
.orda of MartIn TouMy. Horl.la. ,
Aaaa Millar CBT.W. Elk. i. V, Btroal PFTTTB' M. Tlfmf U. baa been filed aaalnxt. >.HI. and pets Chunk Sum .. .CHURCH_ '
.Jveeld.nb-Nr.. Dorothy B.rJl )I..I. TiiMdaya, 1:10 PuCammitu. Nnt.rv I'M.hi In. Ittal at. a,. rrtmlrpd lo eerve a, vopy of your LEON: L, kMck OfficialSupports ,
).. '1'..... I ..., Klk. Lid.. ... al lOG Florida at .taraM Anawcr ar I leartlnr. to t* <*om it B.M. Sn* lay, Blbl JR.ftckool Mini. .* I .

4 I..a Slima PbS Sw.rltyea0a ......_1_ c...... h t immlMlon Cuplrpa: Allan plaint', Jonee on th*A pl.l.ilfr.I Mathemu..atlnrneyr la MeelATn.'L I 5,00. *._ 2r'M. Wonhlp. ......* ;. ,
April I. 147rub. f:1II ....
'' Tkun4y .kI. BludvLPNII
B ZMa CkaptrJ It.'h.: 1.a. Pkllhrlck l *. .rial*. >lad.. Florida' amipacre .
K-l. 15.118.
.11 W. Oaaaa Bird. AT ,.dSaS Ill.l oelwiai Atamcl IlIad.
>_l I.n.'k ; AflIPS1TIo5tnKITlOaTh :
Ijt-Ird flu.... I aaaiai TUPi. \TY .n DflPT.. ." hoc lb. attIc. of tirt' .1 lb.trrt A
n .. paw Lady CoI' AMMlatlMrVMlg.nt I" 4nt. oI III'thlItTlI ( .7t ('nttt In .,,ul Cor 11..11.. I I President : A
XI ea... Pal Ckaplar -Mr.. Bill HrtallTwa OtlYt PLONlIlI.nti C'nttu.,' PlorItla. .Iu ui' bet lbi H Our ISTp'.ThlV To ._
*. '.. ....-Mr* Jo PInto .. Ids ..... M. g, 0011 C1a7.cr.. .HTAYW uis: r 1111k: tI.p:; if Nuv.mbu.r.: lIfe..0r you I RIo.5.fiK: p'It 1.5 rIse. u .155011 I B. Johnson

? ...-... '111..... I ,... koM Uwly. Aria Club ( H.upltttA.l t'o'r'rr.n.3'er..ed. roll will.... I:. tItu labcn u JutI aiutn.t uteett yn'by. ftp tlela.It lb.r.tIrf : I .?4ntl.' ;'" brrcb Slocu that thou Lyndon

........... if ta. Amara-aa .....utbaJaak.on PrmtdMr.. U .A..... ArkaaaaSrd ShOTIOR dcmandod loa iii. l'nmpl.loal. of unditlicnd('h Dt.r .tinder Lami tk. .nrnvinltmn I. I
Mon.ti-Mr.. lI.rJerla Mo.l.o'PM To "M.ltt1'f": ThIs I aol .hall he publlut.d : ( PI.orl.Iu.
'111_ hem.sAeuhmo FH. ItIS m.. k aa TO ".1. 1'1t..I'I'I'. tNt 'f.,. we> ic (.ir rnnaprutiva weliaIn l.11..l.rlc tOt, wIll' l u'riialor'. wlII' Itt. I
Martla l'Nlliflvm, ITA'1'' <(<"I..AI' un of the I Irruli In and
Cwaty fair Ih' Miuart New a, a nwpape4r ofarneral for Flnrlia
]ThkIoh-Mr D.M.l.., ? Club' Wrl.ht .Pmlhiat-J. W. ....., : : ,. l ::.M.9evN; : AOUKaYT sARI' MM. circulation In Alartla Iaueot.unruiu rpli Martin of proof CatnIp?( pmbllcallcn:, lupon>( I

iOi Ma. tilt. p.m. Muo.U Twapl jut ...... till ..... A.rlnharal Bid* ""oZua4 each' of iron, ar* "....* Don:* anl' nrdprod. al IItu." Pin.. thM' not!..*, th. million aam. to.vtvrrfl I

'WJoJ AvalUarr .a ...... Bin.1f..w' Martla c:..." Cult Sal Cwry da.* nallflml. aad rqiilrr, I I. ..rpataay Ida thla' Itth di' nf !
U Pm.Id.tik-.Ed. ....... rlalnt nr wnlrk I pop *. MB*. ( ,( : r-Aivrtvo I
d\ undi-r .,. ,
whi.k .
I will .
M.411'Oh' CI.d,. ....... I" TUM, tilt ..., CI.......... Passengers/( In a stopped ye-- elthrp of jrow. ma. ,,r ar.lnM I i,leiEV. of the tirt.uSt( 'Court: .a. In| .biial. of I
Ih Kntat HOLLla H POTTF*. and for >Marti (...t,. : '
S lOOt Roll ; 'Ii'.1f"I: :
4&11 'hof. P'.u .. hide should of J. .ln.M Martin
lartla C.uty Parai '**) always let out llpcvamd, 1.4. nf Martin CoiinrrFlorlla. larxirntky
taaapd mt OraW al Odd FDnaMobiaiOraad .. ... of I rie>rra. Clerk r""y> Pu. that the 'party Ini.r
with CIII fag loo I
PMldmt Alkart !: ;
Knta the the ;
car on curb side.J ill
kuM Chuoa Oniir. AI...... .*. di Haiti waAttorney c.tr.s In bMla.M I. PAtIO |Ito-
lad Th.r .. aila. .l I.. ta tha Poiinty lit ** afMartin ..
Drivers who have j for rialntlff ) of J.n. Po"" .... rlorlrt., cool.
UrayItlr4 their fVurt
.sr.o.'y-4b thp Ifniia.at
$ ; parked rnuntr
Taaa, S :;', IOOF Ball Icrtla Cwary Aawtaw .*... Club vehicles should be fMuart: rtlt. within aim c:J.vnrlar IJ \\.t liana A... "rk..*.rlda A. InUrMt.d thai them. I.ecu MM no* ithrr..t>..i .o..< .., .. .... ,- .:...... c.;._
tn.._ liver Eemrnpm..t SS P..ld..81n Brit... especially "',,"It,. tram Ih* tint of lac 1-11.; H. ll.k.r nouoil a- MatuCoupanfW ....._ '-_

ChIef ..Irion.-Tk......... Wilt*. ThIrd. Thim, S ..... AT 1-4111 cartful In opening their door tit' piihllratlnn. '. nf: thi* n 'lr'*T. 1Mb. Ot. Jl II. N' ''''. I, II. (.... III Iflrkort. 1014.. Rd. Tm.,', of MI t "'- of "-- .
pr .vn
fa*>4di. '1'_ S .._ IOOF Ball MartIn Caaatr. Hwtrtol Sa.Uty: t to get out Swinging tile door lIp nun J M"rcAixi t.v MVI-OHV' OH:- n) ANn "ILmt Pub J..na>n .Nook', PS..

JaaMl Baach S. ... Cluk and AaaUlarfPraldn '_ ........R.laad M.n.11 too widely Into oncoming tnf IN: lItP't.lt'AWH. lb Tuto {'uniTY'JI 'NII: ill WViIW txt. 0. la. n la' >MI
U r: TattloTaa h. Tmt. lilt. a.m, rbrak rlaltaaal Bk n' Ntnm :v roTTicnpputrlt !: MIRTIW' ''0' 'ITS P15Thlop
( Wha>* fie may cause a serious accident p:\ I nf th.. Klat .t .LI'MItI ---k f.*ry Florida) ffitiat. alattaj atahmld, wrgn
fraaldMt --lt.:: ... FmWrftnd4tai Mutual LIt.... S...U* Nub R, IHittpr Ixcpnapd IS Itt: 'ratxlant
Rotary the raxJactlea Jonnaoik
Frt I ..*.. J. B. Ch G_. Sui-Cui1 M. Taraarad4U 3.j3 Harhnr, amart. Florida n'l\.J\, PC'I'ITPI or I ol I
Owt-at-Maa 11..... IncIted TM*, S a.., "ITM.rF.r: (S IITTMAV. : an* (bloTIOTltI t ...... W'" 11.11 r ffoc... c.p.r.ka* bfwn. Star en*] N. *>

(.tOi Bllrfca4F P.I.l Cltr HM Da .*aalratk.,a Oaoi: iiots: : %IENrI'PMITJITOIM : : I .1 tly:fkE: l.i'pIf IV so UTTUVM : To S It.8ltI'IORSAll [ or. ._ :w- r I Hanoi affldoh. and raftaxtl In,_manipnnci 01. ofuroc I
P.d.r.I. ...
Ciniir "1" Pm.ld.nt..Mm. Kll.: ....... '.110..) > .7o K pi-i trt 'h. "....110'. DI Ik. batata. Of
r.Idte-.Mr.I Harold Str.... h. TUM, Sit: a.a Orl Oaakai '"TT..II;; : nun Bit 0''.t fhimiU HnulolrarA :ylvl. Cody.oilfi4) daraseed. herekywhlrk = Io I citi_ he... bums ratporH.Wo far. Ftonda res....
tet4i4 Mo*. S PJB. kam. ,' Jt utimiS 'MTIn,. P fHnx 1114. lit,..... riarldaPllk. ) *n.( pcqtued .: fIlm .ae IiOIII of tar ..... ......, ...... .-..-. MMtnulnfjoV

Cl kHlaaa c.... Oak 5eI.suitlittII ittttittrk.: ,.. Oct. Jt. NoTe I. II. I*. 144 lalml ..r d.n4. t k .1' ,... f\L'" : ..*.....ni .. tpaca p>eo>ann, Im.. "'9''".
SI WI.. kai .14 _
P < < ( *
=; pm
rrMl4 ..*. Harold Barkotad4tk Cull I At 1.1144 Iou __ ..1MePort Iv. RBi; t "" _t. '" 'Tln q'tLUIto" ::rff.,.. ii tt-Intnup Judar :f Mar* way*. prvjlMno* ol curw sod onto hdmtiufc.narldai .
"' *.., It ..- a.a*. (.srArN ftpu'IIAItfITR ... .
| Ml IIaiOS. Kl., c rt'kaaIT tlu .y. P't'wId.. lit t.r.. .boo b.n.tntJ at contMucttoa *jro ram. lu'S tumuu
Orar... .....*. t. OtrUVortkr Bait,.. H. aa DaMaanMlM CkA U Tll.EY.;.. ItOTteR in HlnaiirriV *+H*"I IMFO "...._ .t .....01. .........., ntht. 544iIII I for ..... om-onili*% .kaok. and awh .4..,., 0- "
'I Advlr. Judy <> ''_ ....... .. SUIak HamS n. TOP ,8MMlSRIONBPtS of the c.Ioutdmr uio.nlhn fr.rn lb. dill ""
I t.i.d TM, f .n.m.. =.) TWpl.Hnt Io hi Thur.. 1.,|. ct.l. Ca arRlalMa nr p..... TK 111" r.r ........ matt\ >* PRIM (XVMuart .0 sit. (s-ut .Mkllvailon, W ( he.Ohm. vital' pronKk .lr>o Croo Slate .... CoaaLIt
Reb.ep..ll. tad ltPAIt'LAK clottas. th CIIIus nr d.man
.=..- Mr. Orwo Pull PUywa .l M."" Canty IN. ThiN b.: and: Oh. .amm Rca her., I.. In mOlt.,. ond muM ..etp It.pla. .
Ks'I'YI. 01" rum
I luk'HitE'eP:
,.. ... M.a. S P-aw lOOP Matt PVuuId.iuh-JuhuuIn. C. Skew YOU ANN : k.* Mll.... end hall b. bull n. .'. .4 rraVltn cad loot 1)1051e44r..s
t lai.Id Thom S p.m. Ouani MMtla.. HKItkHY: JIootln1:11: Yttomlen. !'I.rpmfc. t|. A TV. !..*, of ik. rb ,.1...."., and] muatUlmanl. COMMISSION
.. Lad ItT* .
thAt wrltt.n ln
I.u..Mmm Exalud Rumr'Elks-.*.rl o, Kaoll Lao Tk.r... S P.BJ B..""'.. MU, lot U a b* the I lal>!trun.nt V.!in .. purport'Tl< .4 Twda, Ik* Ith aS Duw.unb.P .. ...... la k>, the. ., Ma FIO'i Needs PresIdent JohnSOff.Presldent

.. Miadan.Itniod II. LacU ..... html of Mid d..4.nl tua. .brpaln .pi. IM4. .aeortltwtl. aa ranup.4hy $ agent 0 attorn. or It .111 bortiny.I.5 STUART
... Ymbi Chub .. law. f.- lh. ....rm*. nf PlarllnaTw aoomuultua I 0'1 Saw.
BkrkM. CItIn.emldtn.4nba Cemmud.rwL.* ..... < VflUM ruurt 4AS. r.v rit f*.........iaaraTh tualoul It.. It OaT of rVpi.mkwr JD/mfO/1/ Nep.d.f
AI.taBa. $ lit Ta.ra. I p..., Yarkl CIVnurt > : Min within all labaiUr month *"tM.... ,,.... fo> awk .50.. 5.11. 5410. RECtTAK JHFriXSC fUI) VntlJ
T..L. f..... II....... Yarki c... ...... .5 allr.'KMMMik from tk*. daIs ft lIt' flrat imklraitvn ,loot*. .....n k* a< Ihmfllr' of HluaHri YCIt.A'.cCA1TBRI.
I Tnitod Ciaim.rrial Traialarl of tht' nile in ._ "*.> I* '
I HIInr Canemiar-Id M ward ..*_ Tlltaa inla twirl and ahow c*tior." if at. ;''t.ur.A'laD; ; : thIs 12"1F .t t'o.PnuctuIor. tk. tOp.f.2aJi.s4tbMON11TS' 'I V'1De''T' / atlc November 3iJ

I.t 111.'.. S ..... IOOF Hall Ian '1'...*, s P..I, Stun Bawilaart bti can, why tk* aidwu .f tki* O>>t..*: .1.11, ttui. =: .:.? tll/'t9l.. 95vtt ,
C .. ... Ciadidrn..pPr.uIdteu.Nin. ? court |n ."' Iliutu caldlll I.ipratxt .,T V. OVIKWaKWV '
I(raft Dnaaur. aWbtrPrMlifantnai4
euUrlNtp:1t040N A .
.hnuld A. 1IU'.a.m1ftI..IIttI. OChflTVSIAOT4 .
J. not aland nrv kdkIMUWTUJOJtMSOX li: '
Fl 0-.1 ltnimuucm \ : : ._, 'U HIT T. T. Onhterno., sc-t C'IIyI1al :

nd.Itr Moadajr a.0r tat H.<.I0I'm_.. "" '/*Vft. ... .rd Mm, S p... ....... UkrwfTwrM ,.......County JotS(.. I A-('AUdI" n.ew.n. *,, tt. 5T"t2.OiI nu fec, \1'lsoetat- hMc Ahtr Wrkoi j pm' _. .... ....... ... ....... t.... .....-__

".t.-Ifn.r "_" Jtu_. Mr. O.Me. Mratt pukllcartoa OPI u it ..' Ck"Y>41t I_ fl$4n '- .pudi --.. ft-., II.. ..-
'I'I'" a..w. .. Sc ..... T ....... **> (lit. Ill. as sad A *7ai I.'&. "' ., 4X. IS. l.. NOT. I, II, IS. uli ..*. oJisr is sin It r m.- '-


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..".....,.,. ... Tinr IMPART WnrMtT' 'rn'f! : 'fh1l'Nlit' ;'. OeMtlw 29 K64 14
Dawn V. Watson ::: ;: ,;"., .t I ( - :..

Tours Dawn DestroyerWAVE V. Watvin ,ca. I S '<' < i t" I Save Bald Eagle Week Is I

man USN daughter of Mr. (ant I
Mr. Arthur E. Watson of II'' jijT'y Y) I Proclaimed by Governor I
Barbara Drive Jensen Beach was I

one of a group of I N N'" I .:.. .' ",_ I Word tut "bun rec-uud by the ing enough of Ila preUrml !h.Ih> -,
WAVES who recenth tour I thfguided ,1
i mmile dtstrosu lv.Ricielte ::. h'1uartel'"I' the I kmdu. Auilul tat principally large pine treefur ,
'on Sooty in Mailland that net '*| H. aadWHERtAS
(DDCM). VI hn.h n< nn ..... l't.!: "'. I I Farm ha 4 'IO\lolC'rabla
Ciovernor Bryant again
Muld-Lateral Force) > ,; j
( prototype" t,11ai! 't
,, proclaimed the fIN week of No- ,number C of our Mian controlling
ship i* manned l by crew )$ It lit, ... lC beincooperaiuir
," v em her Save the Bald !Eagle lard partele of land have
mew ft'om'OC'n'lMIt or..c the Unit :"r j I Wiek," In her prixlumalion: Our ; though. the eMabIwhtng -
ed SI.t" Great Britain ttroeoa '\ L
anor Bryant calls attention to oft their fume and ranches
Turkey. Netherlands West Ccr the decline ot the eagk. Aniirtca* and woodland* an fluid! Eagle
many and Italy. national bird, .imltcalvi the nwa. Sa IWIUiII'Na;
Mm Watton presently assigned r a Ii utsa'Jt urn thut are being taken for HI NOW, TIIER6P0RF I, Form
to t h e U. S. Naval Station protection and rcMornlion III normal Bryant by virtue. of the authority
Wirshmston, D. c.. at a accretarv numbers and call on all CMI- vented in me at governor of the
at the Naval Station Photographic! rent and Interested organisation Stale of Florida, too hereby proclaim -
mw Center, entered the Navy in' Sir* to participate In the campaign to Nov. 1-7 1964 a*
tenihcr I9ftt. and hat previously retain the Bald I'agio for IIICCfo."I.I SAVE THE BALD EAtil
served at the U. S. Naval Ho"pi al hog generation to enjoy
Corps School Greet Lake, III, I The text or the proclamation: hat WEEK
I I lit Florida. and urge all of our
of the I
She also wa* a member lollowHVHfRFAS= I II
churns with the
to '
U. S Navy Waves Chorut which s I \ the Bald' raul.I HoriiU Audubon co-operate. Society. Mate
made concert lour at Pearl Harbor f
| Arncrua National Hint and federal agencies and nffilinl
Huwaii. h> commemorate Ih.WAVI.S' 1'
principal noting arras in 11l1ridh1IERtAS. : ed orgam/utioiu, in all effective
twenty-second anmvorMry -, i and Alaska: and t measure la protect and restoreto
from July 22 to Aug. 3. 1964. ,
led : \\ In recent yean the I I normal number the Bald logic-
The population, of Awa increases I BuM! Eagle hut horn decreasing a living *)'mbol of our nutien
"i''Y' at the rata of about 30,000,000 "sal t I in mimhcrt to the point where lU I majesty and independence of spirit.
I exlMCnce I i II threatened, and the ,I
annually. ._._ ._ bird might/ reach the point of es.I I II Americans spend more than! $' .
t I| tun\ II'n. notwulRrAS (NXIOOOIMNI) ( ( u tear on THERE'S NO I the people of Hor! I I .

MATCH FOR Ida and! the nation should' I'll" onto !
succeeding generations a gnat
THE or number of America'N nil II bled for alt to nee vwrlnj in the WeiDct.A
MAGICTHREE f sty. and h>"enjoy and cherish, and
Will'RI:AS. the plight/ of the
: k. I Hold Fame hut been the subject
of In\'r\lllIJltkm by the Honda
< Aiiifuhon Society In co-.|H ration
:r} x *ar' II so .f,5' VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN
I' with Mute and federal and other, P.. \... r..he Dftooll
private agencies: with the objec
J I live of protecting our national' bird WE SIRVK LUNCH

and restoring It It* itt. former STUART DRUG CORP.
A COMPRESSOR! : for the refrigeration ytem of the new addition to Kindred Supermarket I h un. abundance, In the state, and '" ..... a dud
londid from a faight car The men in the foreground are t technicians front the HuMinann Rcfngirtor \\IIFRPA1. the future of the Tote a6SlALL lot..1

Company which made the equipminl In the background it I an employee' ot )Kindred, llulJ FagledcpotuKi on._preiu. ...
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NAROWELL "You can count on the County I
D v. '.1J'e'll Do !t." Says 11'acJaGovernor Communion to di> everything pus ,
sihle on our part," he Mid, revealIng .
that the county hu already
budgeted SWtxx) in secondary!
Asks for road fund for planning and iur-
j ja \'eyr t road and bridge to reach:
the Mate park-if It become" an MEDICAL '
: ; actuality .
: Recreation StudyMartin Time wit teen to be "of thee
: I I >*eni.e' in getting the project rolling. -
:: 1 he present administration' ha ASSISTANCES
Couniy ha* been asked riunclul assistance for planning, acquisition -I approved the project/ at one o If thefirkl
and development of land five major project In it* new
I to participate in an all Florida : FOR OUR SENIOR CITIZENSHOLLAND
recreation land survey County and! water area for public outdoor Outdoor Recreation rla"'ut has
Convniokion Chairman Frank Wa- recreation, !been ulymied by many other deniandu an
.l a cha announced. You will note in the attached' and a limited amount of
Ciovernor Farrit Bryant wrote iiimmary of the law that In order fund
him: (for a Male and it* local government The new federal plan would!
to qualify for aMiiance. make aviiilublii Ml per cent of
CHEAPER THAN 1 1 am Mire.. you of are aware of the their projects] mu t .be in accord SMMKXMMK) annually to the Mate strongly' supported medical l,lnet to Florida'saenlor
recent pa sage the land and < .3D bum la outdoor "
EVER TO U acquire
ENJOY with on I
comprehenmve plan
1 a. approved
ARTIN COUNTY Water Con ervation Fund Act and bv the of the Interior recreation lands. II citlzena through the KERR.MILLS BILL,
(he benefits! that will which both and doctor bill.
accrue cover hospital It
POWER i LICHT many .
All application will be pro. Thi* "brightcm" the picture can
from tbi reaching Icpi Jation.Foterno.t thot who have
protects! need end l Is financed
Outdoor commented WathvSmiullaneoutly
BUILD nOIf/DA CCrc4 py,, the{ Bureau pf tiderably, : ,
among these will be fb by OUII- Hate with/ Federal. support.
-. -- -- _. Recreation( but must be channeled I It was announced
through the appropriate liaison that forty.nine cllle anal alnxlyiieveo Medicare, the other proposal office only limited
C'HOLBOARD agency at the dale level, In 11 bur I counties I In Moriilu
1 hospitalization, financed by an Increase In Social
Ida, this in the OutdoorRecreational
agency have been aked to participate .In Security taxes It cover all/ senior citizens richor
Planning ( ommmee the inveiiUiry of outdoor rlC.fe*
poor, but It doe not cover doctor bulb
PUTS & CALLS 'The committee has agreed to I ation area being coniluiUd by I the I
ai Our new circular explains clearly what pun and call are inventory of locally owned w the U. S. Department of the In- the K.rr"MlII.lppr..th. 0*>r ttate ItgltUturo approved
and bow they operate discusses when it may be more managed public outdoor recreation lei lot. It 'for a .rwoytur. faint period as did 36
advisable to buy a put or a call than to buy or tell the stock:! area. We feel that thl Information Ney" I. landrom director of tlatis and Jerritorlei.

s itself ..and reveali how the option market(function. Most! will .be of imrneanurahle the fkirldu Outdoor RoirentU-n Pawl PWaI"d. .W..aa..M 1 raid. ,.. at
vulue to In the preparation or
u* al Planning Committee, taied thai ,
importantly, however it explains how you can use! options our own outdoor recreation the bureau has requested the Planning PROCRKiMT'ROTECTINGOUR
,al! to further your own securities program-and review' the It .should al the wme lime rllln'j (ommmee, awiuance. i n CONTINUE
advantages and risks. If you want to be better illllroled.you'D ford you an opportunity! to conducting an Inventory of ill I I
want to read this illuminating; report the iiiuuiion in your area I publicly-owned: outdoor( recreation SENIOR CITIZENS RE-ELECT
[School buildings arc not the only problem rou.| thcreftire. to arise ua In Ihi I facilities In IlorlJii at l the aisle,
Tea receive your complimentary copy ot "Buying Putt & 'Inventory. a* it can never be fully I county and municipal: level
fin education. A School Board Member's Call," limply mail the coupon. successful without your support"It I Governor Bryant in a teller to

[thinking must also be oriented toward: ...........-...........-.................... tioipation. we may in Ihi count* important on your undertaking par* I I I the with mayor 10.(XX)of or each mor; ef rc'l'ullllk the citle*, a 1

new send rte a copy of yeur. saw circular""Ourlm*" A Call" pleaie let u* know In order I I and all/ ttxty-even. County Commi -
that we ray arrange an rproI'tlll I lofis urged the 1 local official,
Nam..v'f'.' .....,.. .. ................a..a.b.N ty for (further Ulwiwlon of Inventory '' In civoperul*) with the Planning,
I procedure Committee In the Inventory cry

Addreat........"..........City..........Stale. ............. Wacha laid: "I reel Mire that ana I It ehormen of the (hiuUmr.
I 111 l Nationwide teacher -............................................ the (nunty rommlion will he Recreational planning (',""mle.....
glad.. to co-operate. ," IIQRID4 S SrHtCR U i SENATOR
recruitment. HIRSCH & CO. He told a press conference on About, ,0(1) acre. are under

M--.-mk._.ti- *..'r... ll.'* I.<*>.... cidered Thursday the morning atquUition that by the he Maleof con. tea in,"111..lkNllur'IU.t,,,. the year .IV64tfl -
South Second Sinai Fort Pierce -------- -----
tog oceanfrontage on north Jupiter
Curriculum coordination
2. RESIDUVn OP STUART CALL TOU,IHIIJATLAVI1C : (Island "the moat Important poml 1

; 7. 4100 bl. recreation project In our area
between elementary and of future benefit not only to U*
but to all/ Florida,'
MAIN OrnCTi JS Brad. Street. New York 4, N. V.
Wacha urged that clliren write L
high school. the governor and member of his ARE YOU BETTINGNUGGETSTONOTHING" Y
Listen to daily market new and average Cabinet rtretMng- value of thl

530-Station W IRA I 1400 on your dial oceanfront park tare our editorial)
3. Teaching techniques. ___ ..are.. aW ,....... 1.a,..... t...awns and' that Chamber of Commerceand "
(1".a. Pal Ise,. a..wa,.. civic club: tend In rewluiiofle" f
of endortemenLtpfj

4. Graduate study without loss -- ---- Dear Cilisen:

of continuing contract.Cast i i I i All pow a real .It*., a<.....< <.a gn...... ,...... Miegls. pulerbrt pieper wh.'It
{ Grand the. teat akkrt. .t !the ImnHf garb. away ..t KM rnra III e nwd'

... .w". iI Of ....*. avid

Bet yea ....l .hats t* ee a .ant.,..,..... din ............gaeMlag .... /w
your vote for the candidate who hasa I I ..........* Tar fweHy eat the' rangy nyi i....

educationby I MM* Toy ... *, .to .the. hint of!' foot ,rrtdM aid .kMome *...>. kftllngMftHa .
dedication to
proven .- : Opening ta> iwlkln. thai yaw weal hue e.y bit *.* Iwo *4ciam, baa t4 -brume;

3 years attendance at School i *. :L llgj e* 1Iftw..t yew IMMW tL

i .. rodiMf. part a hide .. Hurt ..., piM AMI lie Ida afar. e.ery seek
Hoard /Meetings. or OCR Nrw USFD M every awash., ,....." A4 e.. W ...... deign ears ,WH ..*. ......,. M *.!".

1 (:Alt nrp4mtr.vr i shad .fr*.4 f.V.. brae.) t..*.Ug ahmH awjlui for .. >bag.Ahaeenly .

More trade-Ins taken every day as we deliver CLYDE rum jeer.

VOTE FORDONNA New 1965 1"Het" Vice. PmMraitAU .


'*J Whwajrej '59 VnOuntMni
aru. $1495 moX1195 S895
t / !MM

YZTeft.-". Ker tllQC Vea te.T.ei CITIZENS FEDERALSavings
V.ROWELL : MaN SI395 f: ie Ibntlof 'll.vD ktatlun. VTafMa $595I I

H DiY f>a>vmnosAL! GUARANTEE
I & Loan Assn. of St. Lucie County

:, St. Lucie Motors, Fort Pierce 417 Orange Avenue Free Parking Phone HOward" 4-4900. .

i Acnioaizco vouunvAcr DEALTR FORT PIERCEECI

2806 Okcechobee Road Phone 1101413' I

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8-C THE STUART (Fta.) NEWS Thurwlar. October 29, 1961Oldfashioned MOBILE MANOR SELL TT BY YARD

I It's Florida History Now But VACATION PARKIS AND ON TIME
Charge accounts for volume
Store Secretary of State Tom Adam Parkway .
AtmosphereWas users of the Sunshine State
has announced the chartering of
Once Income Exceeded Vacation Park Mobile Home Manor are available and discountsare
I Outgo Inc., Hobe Sound, dealing in offered, based on total monthly -

One Warmth mobile homes. Inoorperators areA travel on Florida's toll turnpike.AT .
of Security'By
J, Stefanowskt Helm Stefan-
Back in 1942, Florida State $78) to $2,053. to $1764 per person. owski, and Dorothy Am Stefan- NORTH GALLERY
ernment revenue averaged IJOV"I During the same period total Figure in the report for government owski, all of Hobo Sound.
ESTHER STOOKEYIt a boy with whom I had gone to I looked forward, a* a child to $2513 per inhabitant; revenue of the local governments employe* 'back: to 1953 Painting featured in the Florida
school. He looked up from his my daily visit to this mecca of tore, $22.38; and uklebtadnoM, in Florida rose from $94,300,000 go I Surgery is performed on two- State Fair Art Exhibition of
was a delightful experienceto order taking long enough to call the little town' activity. I was $2.08. Twenty yean later, in 1962, to $980,000,000, or from $43.87 when the total number of full and thirds of the person under twenty Tampa are on view during the
walk into Mauthe'i store in the out, "Hi, 1 Esther,' just a* though glad when Mama had forgotten to state revenue averaged out 100. to $180'33 per person;; expenditure part-time worker for the state and year of age who are admitted to month of October at the Norton
little town where I grew up and there bad been no intervening order some item over the phone 10 per person; expenditure $91.09; $88,700,000: :1 ,- local governments in Florida was a hospital. Gallery of Palm Beach.
find it almost 1 knew it whenI
as year lU he invariably did) and would and Indebtedness, 7591. 000,000 or from $41.23 to 193. the equivalent of 94,559 full fime
was heart a child. filled with I was taken back in memory tend me forth on the mission to I These are figures from a 79 per person; and total indebtedness employes. Nine i years later, in
My was trepidation to hear our old wall telephone MautbeX report presenting historical statistics from $445,800,000 to $1!,. 1962, full-time equivalent employees AIDS
as I went to the HEARING
side of the beloved old store grocery, but jingling at the stroke of nine and Then, too, 1 could always look I on governmental finances and 600,000,000, or from $207.22 to totaled 185.238 In 1953,
changed to delight when I discov- could hear Mama saying. "'['herds forward to going to the dry goods employment issued by the U. S. $296.17 per person 755 per cent were employes
Mr. Mauthe and 1 don't Commerce Bureauof Property taxes collected local local governments and in 1962, ACOUSTICON and ZENITH
ered the landmarks of my childhood I calling tide of the tore where Mrs Department's by '.
still there. At the phone was have my order made up yet-answer vlauthe! a cultured and gracious the Census. It shows that, be- governments rose from $23.07 77.9 per cent Service on all make of Instruments
I and tell him we need only woman, reigned 1 loved to lookat tween 1942-62 the state'i revenue to $76.36 per person. The Federal
coffee and sugar this morning" the bolts of gaily colored cloth; rose from $54,000,000 to $.543- Government supplied 8.2 per WACHA IS NAMED TO AARP-NRTA special program by
It wo always a pleasure to take have Mr*. Mauthe cut a small 900,000; expenditure from $48- cent of the total monies receivedin STATE BODY POSTS AcODhticOU
down the receiver and hear Mr. piece from each bolt of my choice; 100,000 to $495,000,000; and indebtedness 1942 by the state and local govemments Frank Wacha. director at largeof
John's cheerful voice say, "Good pICk out a pattern from the latest from $4,500,000 to and 11.0 per cent i io the State Association of County I Free hearing test In home or office
morning Mrs. Browning, what can Jelineator pattern book, !then take $412,500,000. 1962. Commissioner of Florida, has c..la..6'
we do for you today the number on a scratch pad which Marion A Leonard, director of Expenditures of state and local been named chairman of !the tax. Dietrllwq.. Batteries, cords" molds
with a new style Mr. John was really asking what M r s. Mauthe knowingly provided. the Commerce Field Office in Miami governments together for education ation and revenue committee: and
from FASIIIONETTE he could in the way of service She knew that the samples of Nfl that in these two decades increased from $14.90 to vice chairman of the compensationand Hearing Aid Center
: tr what he could get cloth and the pattern number would Florida population j Increasedfrom 98.53 per person; for highways retirement committee. The
In the way of an order. I say this be given to Mama along with a 2,100,000 to 3.400,000() and from $10.86 I to $44.05 per person; board of directors will meet at 709 ORANGE AVENUE, FORT PIERCE 461-3%"
S- because when I went with Mamato small sack: of chocolate dropsMama's :annual per capita income rose from and for public welfare from $5.25 Orlando on Sunday, Dec. 6.
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pay the bill at the end of the favorite candy. This can- I
!month.' I always felt that .Mr dy cost a nickel d 1 always
rs.n: -
w 0 John was much more interestedin charged 1 it. of knowing that
giving me the little bag of candy even-though Mama was frugal to
which was the inevitable bonus, the point of stinginess she would 'r:
whether the bill was !large or small not s<:old. I had never beard of
-whether settled on time or many psychology, but at that tender age Broward
months late-than be was in receiving 1 knew some of its basic truth SEASON M\
\'I:4 the money. innately, _i
-: As I stood in this store of my Walking timorously to the dry
\ childhood breathing deeply a pot goods side, feeling sure it wouldbe DRUG STORES RELIGIOUS 0
pourri of fragrance*-tpicet and drastically) changed, I was amazed REG 79
freshly ground coffee-my heart and delighted to find I Mrs. CHRISTMAS S
FashionetteBEAUTY was filled with joy when I saw Mauthe sitting behind the counter % '
a little girl being handed a chocolate holding forth a* of old. She is CARDS
candy band for which she now almost ninety, but gave forth 49 T
paid a penny. Where else can a the same warmth and charm BOX OF 16........
607 COLORADO AVENUE child buy a delicious tidbit and at) which had drawn me to her as a
the same time be made to feel child. She knew me at once and 47 EAST OCEAN BOULEVARD AT 7.1737 BY AMERICAN
STUART, FLORIDA that she is a queen on a special held out her hand saying "Efh We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities GREETINGS CARDS;
OPEN MON. thru SAT. quest? er, come, pick out pattern, and
7:30: .m. JiJO p.m.' At I lingered onv the grocery how about some samples from my ..
MARIE WEIS, Owner side where they Mill measure out latest order of lovely calicoes?'' ", CJERGEN'S
Ann Hudson Operator sugar and butter to the customer's She then pushed forward what 1 REG. 98# REG. 69* PADS REG. 1.00 AEROSOL 1.50 HAIR SPRAY REGULAR 60<

DIAL 287-4999 order, I could hear in memory could hav sworn was the same
Ample Free Parking Mr. John' happy whistle while old pattern book, and put her 5DAYDEODORANT MANPOWERDEODORANT JUSTWONDERFUL NOXZEMASkin 0
I engaged in this homely task. How graceful bands on the gay plaids
and prints behind her.
i Yes, even though Mr. John has Hand Lotion Cream M
You can't tell how far frog can Jump gone and I can't see his friendly
by bb looks. Neither can you Judge a smile, Mautho's 1 Is the same old P
rendezvous for the fortunate 49" 89" 69
customer1, credit by his talk. who live in my little home town people PRICE.... ., PRICE....... PRICEFROM...... PRiCE...... PRICE,1 I V
Get an to date Credit Report Proms
up on the banks of the Meramec L

MERCHANTSCREDIT As I left, with ,.,. ........ .
a feeling of the W. .v.th.right I. limit" i..SALe DAYS THRU SUNDAV..AM !Federal T. ,1110111. E
old warmth and security that the
BUREAU store always gave me. I thought:
more old-fashioned stores 1 like i T
Mauthe's !throughout our country THIS WEEK'S WINNING NUMBERS'
solve many of the worlds JUMBO
300 COLORADO AVE. (DEI ION BLDG.), STUART Ills; be a panacea for lonelinessand I 1 JACK COUPONS] E
Above Stuart Tackle Shop bring fulfillment In our search 1 FOLLOWING ARE THE 75 WINNING JUMBO JACK COUPON
for companionship and understand 1J NUMBER; CAN BE WEDNESDAY, OCT 25,1964ETNROUGHSTORECLOSINGNNti
ing. fUESOAYN0Y.3,196A /.
I 'I
yourTOMATOES cnARLrEII WINNER ANYTIME FIRST PRIZE-.243988! .Trt, f"t.. ,. "M..U. City, t*
I' AT JAPAN BASK "..'" Pw?-,
Charles B. Thayer, engineman v1 'SECOND! : 'RIZIfOOOar.T! ,., !..t.N..w.Y..e City"., D
,. ..
P'i ''n'
second class, USN, son of Mr., and + u? 100.000

Mrs Edward F. Thayer of Stuart, e. THIRD FRIZE:-....W0281 ...W."nu"St. ..,".. Ph.... R
POTATOES I reported for duty Sept. 20, at the S.h, or 60,000 Pflt. ,..Inlt.
Kamiseya Naval
Activity, Japan.
The activity provides: communications FOURTH ,.RIZr..la035f..T..I 1 .."fl .Jnl; A.... Sew .njSt U
for .tJ, .>40.000 Frit ,.i.".
WATERMELON support units of the U. COME IN TOBROWARD
S. Seventh Fleet In the Far East DRUG STORES FOR FIFTH PRIZl' .... WJ171 ...G!. ,..,.!.I. T.l.vtil.n' se
He completed a Navy course In 20,000 Prli' Ptinii.. G
communications at the Naval l M-SIXTH PRIZES 3S.EICHTH PRIZES' '
Communication WIN WITH JUMBO . .. | ..... ,
Training Center, R.> r MoU C m f Men' L.A.' i W.tth I Su. H lr DryOl"
Pensacoln, before his assignmentto JACK..................... / Of 15.000 P'l>. P.1." a 10,000 P'li Pcmlt]or 3.000 Prill ,.I.tI

BEANS Japan. e75 NEW WINNERS 044014 7S7S24 134571 5711(0 003381 7101(1
Nar addicts / / 303174 ai118 1755971 575168 0311(9 731970
r e being / 327074 (83445 336076 627270 139873 733079
helped by a program of hypnosisand EVERY WEEK! 231979 937777 31(3(133597S 63697683535:/ 773884 S
therapy 3154(2 983090 730774 330680 7(11(0
CAULIFLOWER 335672 W7 4i 339476 731576 394587 (33881
410172 383422 735(74 420188' 90307093567S
75 GRAND PRIZEWINNERSL.plus 410970 388537 775592 510979 T
Satoh 3 Saya1VOTE / / 437170 4511(7 173344 533983 93(477
CABBAGEand 4931(2MS45S 45358 (854(3 5(5194S9M87 9(3355
i 4(0721 9037(3 ,"69" 0 I

*) $75 CASH DAILY! \\ 30(74 6(3511 520776 5338(4S70624 .630571 35772AJ4I92


ACTLvIl I. '
I insect damage

i with 0 b ''rc IJ4LLDw
i CYGON : Colorful costumes of witches, sl l.tons, goblin, OCTOSFA I' N
and many other assorted characters for you to v Jsr
cheei from. All mad from Item* retardant mate l tlets.

A twntef .IMM hi Metf. I Sites small, medium and] large. All cotumes
leafhoppers, aphids, leafmlneri on your tomatoes, potatoes Include a face mosk. i

watermelon?, Maggots, leafmlners, aphids on your

peppers?Aphids,leafhoppers,leafmlners,mites, lygus bugs M

.r on your green, lima or snap beans? Aphids on your cauliflower SWELL BUBBLE GUM BAGOFIOO 59 .qa

cabbage or broccoli? Not after you apply an economical TrooperBil1iLUs. A
d ,low-rate dose of CYGON,the Insecticide that pro- KRAFT CARAMELS 'rt \\t

vldes both immediate/ / contact control, and hng-Ustlng .. R

residual activity by acting system/ca//y/ // /Inside the plant CHUCKLES FRUIT SQUARES 120z. 29*

1 'Trtdtmtik T

t .Use. THI i M'ET%':t'planting: time to:lystimlcalh;:protect. BUFFERIN TABLETS IOTIU, I II 1 I

''yl! : potatoes from the ravages of leafmlners, aphids, leafhoppers"" :

d t :. flea beetle larvae and wireworms..tomatoes from leafmlnen. N I

: ............. .,... ..... .............. ..,.... -" JUMBO JACK SPECIALS! NEW!

: : 2 DROPS NOT 8


UPJOHN'S UNICAPS 100'S REG.3.11 1.81 Aegw.lf; fifq, 0

I : ''J. INSECTICIDES ? BWESTA"''aKAOPECTATEUPJOHH'S .60Z.. REG. 8t, 53 fal that PIiSSflerae&erf.ctiwlr, U,

jl "tit olY G. GREEN MINT MOUTHWASH 58 N '
Din TOUT' bcadHgta! whw you 691 1302. REGUUR119/
/' crANAllU approach from behind a car T

+S ,t head of you. High biam I@MsC's \ MALIBU SCRIPTO BAL.LPO.MTPEN. 19
I' AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY blind ISM driver to front
5180 PCACHTREE INDUSTRIAL BLVD. of you as R can the drtnr ofits Y

\ \ er KADIS I A OlP I M st ORES

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... fllF STUART(Hoito)NEWS Thursday Globe 19 1964 1-D
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J"d 1j/ M r.;l q f h: f HAYDON BURNSGOVERNOR

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P I" ,"'_. ,.__.., Your Vote for Haydon Burns Is a Vote to Give I'" ,,,.'
X': ,.. .. Martin County Its Fair Share of Florida's Future
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,:.: ;F';:<:', FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 9:45 a.m. "
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',: : ::::::" Coffee and Doughnuts EVERYONE IS :
:: :: WELCOMEaka'i
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3-D THE STIMRT (J.1a.'NtiM'I1ttll'lda1 CANT SELL QUAILThe I I t ty-five words: Juaarta Bank (I) candy after spending a month a;
OCtOber 29, 1964, State Game and Fresh Water 8 & 40 Salon Youth Group and June Dean ((2)). Niagara Falls, N V and O,

I r Finn Commission says youcan't JENSEN BEACH NEWS Fifth and sixth grades 100 to, Canada.
The Japunwe telephone words: Steve Bohner (I) and
sell quail unless! you aw a At Ft. PierceThe
work i it expending at the Met SundayThe Charles Yankovwh ((2)). Linguists estimate that
net"I"I licensed game breeder and tht Cormpondent AT 7-17114'
more than 1,000,000 birds Prizes will by 3.000 languages and major
year. farm were pen-raised on your 8 and 40 Salon, No. 64) Maallranaa_,..srar,l + ''err.mnl \ ''''"'' Senior Youth Group of the Spinney at the Halloween parry Late are spoken In the world!
game met at Fort Pierce Friday 'OM. I", Jensen Baach Community Church at Jensen school Saturday. Oct 31. day This does not inJude
23. wittt Chaneui Gertrude Mm.nchim .
dreds of local languages .
i ( ki:
presiding, Thcr were fourteen met in FJIowtfcip: Hull Sunday. St.
of isolated
j Mn Arthur! Eckstrom only to gawps in *
Ie : MARTIN CO. Attending partner from prtneni.lenses Beech! rdtWJijJb Oct Smith 25, conducted The president the, Helen meeting, Kay I I lucie Haunt; returned home re -Africa........-and-South---Amcrua
which attended by eighteen
were Mrs Lorraine Middleton,
Mrs Anna Hanson Mrs. Hclga I persons .
fi AUDUBON SOCIETY SpeU, Mrs Dorothy Grimm Mrs. Sharon Baker, Steven Means stock oN
Emma Snyder, Mrs. Clara May I. and Frank Wacha were chosenas
Taimas Mrs. Emma McCue and i. I judges of the costumes at the
a Chapter of Florida Audubon Society Mrs. Gertrude Mmnchan Mrs I Junior Fellowship party Sunday

d ..... Emma member Snyder wa welcomed as anew I four Nov. commissions 1 J. The chairmen reported of on the activities I 25% to 50()% OFFon

el' SUNDAY NOV. J, 1964 2:30 P.M. r of their ,
After the separate group
h meeting refreshment
Saint Joseph's Academy. Meet at garage
.. Miss Funnell!, Leader.SATURDAYNOV.. were served by the Fort Pierce d
lowed women and a social evening fol! t1 I ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS COSTUME JEWELRYBUY

14, 1964 8:30 A.M. : First Prevention Essay Contest I
South County Line and Smith's Nursery Meet at Salerno The next meeting will be held i sponsored by Jensen Beach Vol. NOW FOR CHRISTMAS
In Stuart Friday, Nov. 21 ---- ----- --- -
Civic Center. Mrs. Trinter, Leader j unteer Fire Department Department
I which was ;Judged by Reg I Ii | ChrlsImiM" Card Select Now Fur .ImprintingtheTJbmfY '

SUNDAY-NOV, 29, 1964 2:30 P.M. i Walker Gene Grimm and Chris --
Palm and Place. Church News II I Kalh. resulted In first" and second '
City area Mapp Meet on west side of I SHOP
I prizes of $3 and $2 going to:
Palm City Bridge. Mr. Miller, Leader
Cottage prayer meeting wilt be I First and second grades, fifty
S\TVRDAY-DEC. 12, 1964 -. 8-30: A.M. held beginning Thursday, Oct 29 I words: Rita Banks ((1)I) and Joyce CORNER: OSCEOLA & COLORADO
at the home of Mrs. Charles j i Bray (2)). I I
Phipp Managed Area. Meet at Arundel
I Third and fourth
Wheeler, 313 Skyline Drive, and I grades scven-
on. Highway 76 Mr. Bachelor, Leader. I
continue until
the completion
WEDNESDAY DT 30,196-Dins of the new church building I -
to Dark .
National Audubon Bird Count under leadership of Mrs. The Martin County Ministerial theOPENING

Robert Trinter, Please contact her for. your assigned Association the Jensen meeting Beach will Community be heldat Announcing
territory. 'f
Church on Monday, Nov 2, at iy

SUNDAY-JAN. 10, 1965 2:30 P.M. 10 am. I'
Remember to set aside Satur of
Hubbard Sanctuary and surrounding area. Meet at 7207
day Nov. 14, to attend the annual
Indian River Drive. Mr. Lyle Hubbard. LeaderS fair. The Friendship Circle will

,\TURDAY-JAN. 23, 1965 8:30 A.M. serve frankfurter, hamburgers,
Edenlawn Plantation and Savannahs. Meet at Parking cake and coffee all day. The
Church Aid Circle will
Lot at Edenlawn on Indian River Drive. Mr. Werges, Leader serve a the FIXITSHOPNOVEMBER
pancake supper, beginning at 4:30

SUNDAY-FFB. 7, 1965 -. 2i30 P.M. p.m.A ROGI RS DAY,was.celebrated-at Jensen.Beach Causeway Satur-
wide variety of merchandisewill day, and here Frank A. Wacha, chairman of Martin
Murphy Road Area Gilnon's and Mtchaclson'a. Meet at County
be offered for sale, includ 2 1816 SOUTH U. S. 1 STUART
west end of Palm City bridge. Mrs Werges, Leader. ing: Khellwork, white elephant Board of Commissioners, right Introduces Congressman Paul O. FLA.
Rogers and Mr*. Rogers to the crowd at the Democratic rally
i96S titles, arts and treasures, plants,
SATURDAY-FEB. 20, time Open and fish fry.Jensen. By "Mr. FIX-IT"
trees, handcraft, Christmas
Bok Tower Sanctuary at Lake Wales. This will be a Bus gifts,
Christmas decoration and
trip and reservation will be necessary! Contact Mr jewelry

Werges SUNDAY-MAR.at 2873536. 7,1965 2130 P.M. ing The at fair the workshop church: each is still Tuesday meet Garden Club Will Hold SPECIALIZING IN ELECTRICAL REPAIRS OF

from 10 ..m. to 2 so thai
St. Lucie Area and Oreenlces' Nursery. Meet on Highway time devoted to this p.m.worthwhile Flower Meet Nov. 4 Heaters Fans
Irons Toasters
; 76, Just over Sunshine! Parkway overpass Mrs. cause will be appreciated Bring Workshop Lamps

Davida Greenleea Leader. J a ,sandwich beverage will be furnished Vacuum CleanersVaxcrs Polishers
The regular monthly meeting The first evening workshop will
SATURDAY-MAR. 20, 1965 8:30: AM. of the Jensen Beach Garden Club be held at the home of Mrs Wil
South Fork Ranch. Meet at Dorsal Fishing! Camp on When the liner Queen Elizabeth was held in the dining room of liam Weiss at 7 Nov 4. The Small Motors Power Tools, Etc.

Highway 76. Mr Nathaniel Reed Leader Thereare docks in New York, it lands up the Church of Christ Wednesday, subject will be line arrangementsand
restrictions and registration with a Committee to 2,000 passenger, takes on food Oct. 21, with the president Mrs members are requested to "WE USE ONLY GENUINE PARTS"
Member Is necessary.SUNDAYAPR. far 100.mo)( meals, and embarks Calvin Wilber, in charge. This bring necessary articles-flowers
with 2,000new passenger. was the first meeting of the current and/or foliage for this classAUXIIIARY We Guarantee All Our Work and Solicit Your Patronage
4, 1963 -' 2i30 P.M. .. I. "..-- season..

Cook-out at our Sanctuary at Peck's Lake Boats will be I"RENEW" 'Preceding the busmen meeting CHANCED
available to contact a member of the Committeefor Mrs. Rollin Reynolds gave a talk MFEIIING 1U1K
assignment! Mr. Bacheller, Leader. YOUR on horticulture, explaining the for -
Committees were appointed .
DilVER'/ UCCNSf' of f--F'
growth plants brought in by -
? the Halloween carnival at the
Clip and Save for Future Reference DURINQ rOlHl -." members. These plants will be regular meeting of the Jensen
BIRTH MONTH Judged on growth and care at the Beach Volunteer Fire
March meeting Later, Mrs. Reynolds Oct 19 The
Auxiliary Monday
showed tome driftwood
that 'I carnival is set for Saturday at the

i At Last! Hearing Aid she summer It had was In collected announced North Carolina.during that Hw members 'past- I Jensen Members Beach of school the: auxiliary helped 1 i' How 'Many Miles *

the food served at the -
Millions Can Wear! ) would receive their yearbooks fish fry in honor of Congressman' _
: In the mail this week 1 Rogers on the causeway! .last Saturday Do You Want From
Hostesses for the meeting were 1'i
BRHHOBKQ0 ITHJ FAiuiCUlMlrxlt .' -2.! ,, Mrs. Sydney l-owne, Mrs Edward
It was decided to hold future
'eckclis; and.! Mrs Fred Peterkin. Your Y
N.wlw4 t4 4 a.Itbs1 Ibda.ri4 Ny J meetings on the first Monday of Tires.GtWtAl"TEEB
m.4. ptnlbl* kyr ltptlrracMw the month, instead of the third TIlE MILEAGE
In.Y/h.w.a M M.raa tab ileh.l I Monday as in the
1 past
\ e Ultra* tiullnt Hurl* Mme .wr'i.
'. MrMmwMWetM E.r.NN PTA CarnivalThe DO
via. estsA.nassg.! Nr : DF.SSUir CARD PARTY YOU WANT 25,000 MILES
t; .Tour or 10 Ncmt tt..wi WEAR?
\ y 5. MAFNCSS LM1U CM 1.wsr luffl hr VMM Jensen Beach Parent Teacher The Jensen Beach Women's Association
{ at Htina N l..ar1 iwk, Association will present its an- held a dessert! card party
a A |MM Miyw* at the clubhouse Oct. 26. Fiftysixladies
.. .:flM-iwt a e..ot.i... AWWNtrII r 1Pswe..d..il5.w..d..r. Oct. 31. Children should ben attended. ''Door prizes were 6ILLETTE E T E

: ..... aaN.r.N/NAIMr' tr!h,byM .., a"Aral 1 ..r.r W,. 'N bur a M,. 1 i their classrooms costume by won by Mrs Alice Price and EXECUTIVE
.. ... 4:30.
Iaauw.M |, : Judging will follow shortly Mrs Agnew Corliss.
y4ry M k"0 th'i >r t hereafter Tentative judge are Mrs. Grace Lewis, whohad FIRST LINE ORIGINAL'
.. Mrs. Ralph Evinrude (better known been named as chairman, was NYLON 4 FULL, QUALITY TIRE
-....... MAM.IIr.a..a-....., ,. ..a, bOyM tows as Frances Langford), Mrs. taken ill and her place waa filled PLY NEW NOT 2nda or CHANGEOVERSGtWU.VI'EF.D
A .... H.Ir
r 1.+a.w..r. +"" by Mrs Mattie Lilly who was assisted
: INSTAftptr Company, Robert Smith of the by Mrs.. Olive Donaldson, IN WRITING TO WEAR TUBELESS

tI.... r____..._ Jensen Palmer Beach of Palmers'Bunk,Variety and Albert Store. 'Helen Mrs Dorothy Partius Mcrcier and Mrs 30MONTHS-25,000MILES __

Prizes of silver dollars will be --.0-- )o1. .P4.III... .. Lion" a.ratn 00x13 . . .. 13.74

WESTERN AUTO AS. Dome Stet, prevented event, courtesy to children of Jensen winning Beach this Salaried executives have replaced (0..rtwi- ...."'../= :....'...:i..iIr.ma I ( ..wpw, 650x13 . . ? ]14.41lZhII.
261 star, Florida, Phone 287-0775 self-employed business men
:. ions 1 C luh Anyone who wishesto as the largest group within the ( OTHER MAJOR TIRE CO'8 FOOT 700x13 . . J 15.31,
contribute for their favorite top income groups. LE'JETTRXCARREA
candidates In the king and queen LMk. hte.RAGEGVA&LYTEg: 750x14 . .. ,15.52
contest should do so no I later than ..,.
:l I. 7 p.m. The crowning of the king Smoke, Sara psi TUBE-TYPI 800x14 . ... 16.41
t' and queen will follow MOST NRtSTTtR .& 850x14, . . . 17.72

V'! 4A.3' A the dinner Outrigger prepared Restaurant by Bill Chenof and 1 Pt10w 440x15 .. . .;:;: 11.75 900/950x14 . .. ? 20.52

Sing a song ionsiiiiing barbecued, ribs of ,fried potato chicken salad, baked or 670X15 MM.-r i? 11.96 "oxis . .. .. i357;

r beans and cole slaw will be 710x15 ;. I. ?. ., 12.73 670x15 .. ..
. .. 13.90
served at $1 plate 760x15
per Any
separate .. 13.89
of savings serving of the 'various, foodsmay 800/820x15.MMt. 710x15 .. . . 15.1AWO
he purchased at a lesser .. 14.97
charge Hamburgers, hot dogs, soft 600x16 .. 12'16 760x15 . . MM 16.45
Y pocket drinks, coffee and will ..e/1. -
a popcorn 800/820x15
alto be available Home-made . . 17.46
lakes, cookies and candies may ware T )rwwWHITEWALLS $3.00 PER TIRE EXTRA
full of monety' be "purchased.
Prizes, games and a spook .
: house and other entertainment will 'Co WHEEL AliGNMENT BUDGET TERMS

make for, parents an enjoyable and the evening general fOfchildrt'n ..,.-.z: ...1rr.Y".. ft NCroRI' P 7 a lUll II' _

public. All are moat welcome a1 .1,.yen nalel ..,Mtt ft.U'm: D 188 ..

EARN MORE MJX'IL\\'X1I. Nr.dag. uJaal AIr 12 5 Ip;AMt ,( .-
Where this emblem
h displayed! you are : c.-- Mart Carder c. a-.. _

assured oj the finest insurance service i M,.. T-r. I fw.OIt Can BIPtr su ,,"irc, N1

.. in the land. ..o.r-

r money invested -- ..e,.. asv ama.
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by the 15th earns 5 INTEREST I .n*?*-, ads *wa.= :.* rN** LFAI.CON. rmivATv A Vr
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I from, the first 0' COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY I Ij I I :..=-;- d tw .wi our u AU.lrOQ nu.T cUMR as eas .YTELD C.', 5$'.


E Just the ..Id tW, .ff car
your rtjardl
j\, First ]1tlori age Corp; All prices plus lax 1.30 to 304. NO MOUNTING.f rendition CHARGE


! ) East Ocean Blr i 0. S. HIGHWAY % I OPPOSITE UNDSLtY
;:\ i CaHM Atlantic AT... and Indian Hltar Dr.. la Ft. Pl re.. Dial HO 13110m INSURANCE r LLMBf
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1m STUART (Florida) NEWS Tout day October 29, 1964 3-D

+ A Message from Martin County f

F 014' ?
v Democratic Executive CommitteeDear
1 tI Toic' I'
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". $c'"
,'.. Friends:
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C'h .
Your Democratic Chairman and the Committee feel that

"SW INC IMO BOOkS" is the theme for National Children Book Week Nov I 7 you have the ability and qualification to vote this Presidential

Election for the man you think can hest serve America. We
Public Library Here Holds Children's Book Week
appeal to you to disregard both parties' prc-taped tele-

"Heigh-Ho! Comt To The provides an opportunity for signed by Bruno Munari a prominent mils givIng. N hROI hooks" ? The to the public Wednesday afternoonand vision programs and spot radio programs prepared by
hair!" Wednesday Nov 4IIiJl j i children and adults to conic together -I children's book; illustrator children will he delighted evening until II, Thursday I ri. advertising\ agencies in the manner they sell new soap
mark the beginning of a festive to talk about books and The library has planned an attractive Some of our school' children day and Saturday hours will bo
four-day celebration of Children'I reading It has been celebrated exhibit of some of the have illustrated! their favorite books 10 am. to S.V t> p.m, The !story ponder new hair shampoo and deodorants.
Nook Week at the Martin County I annually since 1 III II, best m children's books. With I A display of their art work will hour is at 10 a.m. Salurda r. Help
Public Library Children Book The Book Week posters you see I Christmas just around the corner also be on exhibit celebrate (Book. Week-visit your
Week-a special week each year displayed' around town were de now is the tune to plan for Christ The "book exhibit will be open library)
Please think before you voteYou

are voting in the most important election in the historyof

the United States. Therefore ask you to LOOK AT

KEEP the FLOlDftSTOrW THE RECORD: as Al Smith once said "We did not heed

then as you may not heed now but history Will recall that

the world went into the worst depression that was ever

known and it took many years to recover under a Democratic .

f Administration. now say to you the same thing.

Let's look at the record .

\ a ml( where there ;is smokethere is fireBEWARE


Florida's Success Story is No Accident! lI'hal/ul! Gold water done to Florida/
8th largest state in the nation r.onmATiK \'omOIH> AGUNsr1'n fun (uijsiA2) (J7o)

(.OI.DWATKR \' > AC;,\INSIi_liurwd HiMplial. OMMlruitkm' ((7/7/5t)
Industry is at an all time high
GOUWAItK tUtu) ACiUNSlH-Publk' .. (V/R/54)>)> ((10/1/62)>)> ((5/111/U)
45 State Parks now in operation COUWATrJt VOIN1 \l\SI's-\kl, : for Alwe'I'ruosportuUoro| ,, ((4/4/6.)

Space and Moon-Shot Program Center C0IiWAUJt VOlHi( AUUNSTs-\n'.I'lIur'y' ((7/2J/A4))

An accelerated program for education GOUWA1FKCiOllnVAlrR: VOIHVOIII> AU'IIsrs-t.h 1m Hunk for Small Hiinrw.>iiKa (7/I3/5J)
(J/11/17im.l >)>

Highest standard of living in history ( )\\'"nR u ACAINVIt-Incr.assg; | pujnu-nu |to aged! .anal "blind (S/2H/SD

Tourism booming with 15 million visitors annually VU n.u AfJAINS; 'In-Public 11"11I'11' ((6l2UAGAINSTi >)>

Inland and "a' ... ,. ,.,w, COLDWATKR vu nu -Providing funds for shad" c.Nii_trucliiNi ((2/4/fcO)
waterways harborsimproved by 5 million dollars .., f t (5/15/61)) P .*

t k: Veterans hospitals increased by 47 million dollars in '(JtJ' GOLIMVATKRtiOLUWAIIJt: \UnUal -Mrdkt.1 WmntUi: '' Bill ((9/I2/A3))

Agri-business has a consumer value in excess of three billion dollars (iOUWAUJt'On.u'( AGAINNII-(',.ming r 1'ou funMmmiun OUT... (/u/sv)

VOIIIIVOItl: AAL"IilI's-IIIKht." ) tdutaltmi'' measurer ((9116.OUWA1.t.R .\)
Record building program for highways, expressways, and Interstate highways
{; ) A( A.NlIe-I'roIdIIlI"'f'q"II'! hospital| l cart for Ib4, Kgtit ((9/2/64)
f MHJWA1IK VOILI AG\lNSIa-\IdI/l' crew. wbkk' nulfrr ihrimk MHrinpIo, )n'ul
i _, ((611613)SUMMING)

FLORIDA'S 1964 FEDERAL TAXES WERE $1,570,000,000


f fl the lJemocratslectlrll, 1961 1961

l I,, Florida's development as the fastest growing large state requires a partnership \\ith \:\ ltLJR YKAR1. AGO; wt..|premised" a minimum 'wage .kiss. ul $1.25. Today workw| Am r(>
tans h*'* the guwewlee ul that minimum WHIP.

f the Government-through new roads, schools, public expenditures keep pace J I, ', fOtK YEARS: AM, we "'....... to tltM ,..**...,. .I ml..11'' w* an ..P.| ..4 lit a ,,,albeit

t with the needs and demands of the kind of growth never before experienced by l' war OM po.""(). .
ltUR YKAKH AGO, wt pnwiktd la tad ....,.."lnll.klll. On July 2 A Ihb jt* w. ..lgntdbltt
any state.
{, a -
YKAR.H AGO W. primiUfd. la Irks' dU...... "lixlay, Federal prutrani to build M"
; There are men and women behind the Florida Story uho played an importantrole rwlllllci. scud provide. MW. rlM. .lM>hlM fur the Irilntng ul doilun" b wide way.KlR .

YKAR.H. AM; w* prwntwd to n.'M iluim. luJny. |tUe AdmlnblrwIliMi. her a flI ,..
, in its success. They provided the leadership to get the job dune These pr-lld rttwk ea sdumn IIIWI .baelrquat. "keeak.' ''

leaders have been traditionally elected by the people from the ranks of the Dc. OUR YEARS Af.O W. promkrd this MtlluN wouM. 'bo flnl M mllhwry' ulrtngth md tint
In he punvd III PMK*. lofby '"t Mt fUM In. ilrdtxtb', MM! Use. N."., fal BM Tray.
!:' mocratic candidates. pro IM M MM ".lit iucpuxi our dvUrrmlmilliHi for a pvMrrful, sate world fur eat chiUrt

:, *>1)UR YKAR4 '\iO. we. prw k d thai our ronomy MiM pow filter 1M. AdmlaiUrctfiMi
luw .M lb' autism. U 4J Mumlh...* of eulilerrapkd. | pfi...,...",. Awl Ikb yew wlikdyuaile
Go to the polls Tuesday and vote for Lyndon. Johnson for !'resident-Spessard fcxM of a -Jo") las (M wW .b* MM. .KM| prnnptroiM IN AmtrlcM .Urfury .

L. Holland for United States Senator-Haydon Burns for Governor-then Vote .IOUR YFAR$' A4; ,. we peawlwd ..... ...dkil car for Ik.* aged wader !Serial S.cwrlty.U. .
v..... M.... )fem.seed UM ........'. lint nwdkiil ewe Mil for MM. .|
Democratic AlltheWay.etmtintie. "ML'R YKAU.S AM), wt priM k.d to1b _.. t'.ll d II...... lint IN .|>.. nplueatlwr.""
> _r.... of the Mft. .rjr. MM*, Raiger aid. Miner. pegrww. bese .IKW the. limited'
Slake ew to |mirMr to Ih* MMM .

lOL'R YAM AGO we pr "U d 'Ik* Viewer a mart equitable tfcjirt. In Ale:_ ",........,.
NH 'III. |M v a..n.-.L"

"Only one Senator out of the hundred said "No" to.

every one of the promises. Only one Senator opposed
i every one of/ those ten pieces legislation./ Only one man
voted "No" time alter time And that man is Senator



ON NOVEMBER 3 You. help)"" our state and local ,"UmJidutes'hen" TICKETYou you vote the


r 1 STATE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE I OF FLORIDA help our President when you vote the

Warren M. Goodrich, ChairmanAnn TICKET
M. Cramer, Vice Chairman

4 Frank L. Porter, Secretary raid yoUaicu! AtlvMtncflMOl. llvlut Count' Ptmocratio EMCUIIV CJowattsse.
/pail. rskwgt. AL......mill


... I ty-five( words: JuMila Banks ((1)I) cently after spending a month a
3-D THE STIURT (ITa.) NEWS CANT'SfcLL QUAIL and June Doan ((2)). Niagara Falls, N. Y and Ion
Salon Youth
Thursday' October 39, 1964 The State dame and Fresh Water 8 & 40 Group Fifth and sixth grades, 10 0 to Canada

I Finn Gommiswon; says you JENSEN BEACH NEWS words: Steve Bohntr, (I U) and -
Th Japanwe telephone network At Ft. PierceThe Met SundayThe Yankovich ((2)).
can't Mil quail unloM you are a Charles Linguists estimate that at k\ I
it ttpambng. at the rate of licensed game breeder and ''t h. MRS MYRTLE WHITMAN Correspondent AT 7.176< Prizes will be awarded by Chief 3,000 languages and major

won than 1,000,000 phones a birds were pon--r.i'tCd!' on your 8 and 40 Salon, No. 643 _*,.i'' _.\, ...A I Savor Youth Group of the Spinney at the Halloween party I bets are spoken in theI IIrlJ
I farm. Jensen school, Saturday. Oct. 31. day. This does not include! "
year game met at Fort Pierce Friday Oat Jensen Beach Community Church at
Z), with Chapeau! Gertrude 'Mmneten I I I dreds of local languages km
In Hall Sunday
met FJkwwhip: of St to isolated ,
f. Eckstrom only
Mrs. Arthur groups in A
priding. There ware four
Oct. 25 The prtaident. rielen Kay
Africa and South
returned home reI America
teen partners Hcnt I I Lucia Heights
pr Smith conducted the meeting
MARTIN CO. Attending from Semen BtMch 5. t which was attended hv eighteenpersons I
Ie were Mrs. Lorraine Middleton Ja"3 .
Mrs. Anna Hanson! Mrs Helga I Baker, Steven Means I
i r I : AUDUBON SOCIETY %'etz, Mrs Dorothy Grimm Mrs. i a4 bIi and Sharon Frank Wacha were! chosenas stock REDUctioN SALE
Bmma Snyder Mrs Clara
May judges of the coMiwnei at the

Chapter of f Florida Audubon Tsimas Mrs "Gertrude, Mr. Emma Minnchan.McCue Mrs and I I Junior Fellowship party, Sunday 50 OFFon
''I Nov 1 I. The chairmen of the I 254'o to %
cJ Emma Snyder wan welcomed as a (four commissions reported on

eJ' SUNDAY-NOV. 1, 1964 :3& P.M. new member Uvilics of their separate aC'1
After i
the meeting refreshmentswere
b Saint Joseph's Academy, Meet at garage
served the
by Fort Pierce
.. Miss Funnell!, Leader. women and a social evening fol ESSAY CONTEST' SJRS: I COSTUME JEWELRYBUY

lowed. First Prevention Essay Contest
The next meeting will be held sponsored by Jensen Beach Vol. .
South County Line and Smith's Nursery. Meet at Salerno In Stuart Friday Nov 27 unteer Fire Department Department --- -- -- -
Civic Center. Mrs. Trmtcr, Leader I which was judged by Reg Christmas Cards Select New For Imprinting
Walker, Gene Grimm and Chris --- -- '

SUNDAY-NOV. 29, 1964 2:30( P.M. Church I I Kalb. resulted in first and second the bbmn SHOP
Palm City area and Mapp's Place. Meet on west aide of News 1 prizes of $3 and $2 going to:
Palm City Bridge. Mr Miller, Leader. I First and second grades, fifty
Cottage will be CORNER: OSCKLA & COWRAOOAnnouncing
prayer meeting words: Rita Banks (I) and Joyce
SATURDAY-DFC 12, 1964 -. Si30: ( A.M.Phipp's .held beginning Thursday Oct. 29 I r Bray ((2)). I
:at the home of Mrs. Charles
I Third and fourth grades, seven
Area. Meet at Arundel
Managed Corporation'sbridge
: e
Wheeler, 31) Skyline Drive and I
on Highway 76. Mr. Bachelor, Leader. :will continue until the completionof
the new church building
WEDNESDAY-DEC. 30,1964--Dawn( to Dark
The Martin County Ministerial!
National Audubon Bird Count under leadership of Mrs. theOPENING
Association meeting( will be hold
Robert Trmtcr, Please contact her for your assigned at the Jensen Beach Community I

territory.. Church on Monday, Nov. 2, at 1.JRkOGERS'dAY

SUNDAY-JAN. 10, 1965 -. 2i30 P.M. 10 Remember a.m. to set aside Saturday -I ___ __ ] of

Hubbard Sanctuary and surrounding area. Meet at 7207 Nov. 14 to attend the annual
Indian River Drive. Mr Lylo Hubbard. Leader. fair The Friendship Circle will

icrve frankfurter, hamburgers. .,
SATURDAY-IAN. 23, 1965 8:30: A.M.
cake and coffee all day The
Edenlawn Plantation and Savannahs. Meet at FIXITSHOPNOVEMBER
Parking Church Aid Circle will serve a the
Lot at Edenlawn on Indian River Drive. Mr. Werges, Leader. pancake supper, beginning at 4:30:
p.m was.celebrated at Jensea-Beach Causeway Saturday -
SUNDAY-fEB. 7, 1965 2:30: P.M. A wide variety of merchandisewill and here Frank. A Wacha chairman of Martin County
Murphy Road Area Orison's and Michaclson't. Meet at be offered for sale includ Board of Commissioners right, Introduces Congressman Paul G. ,
west end of Palm City bridge Mrs. Werges, Leader. ing: shcllwork\ white elephant articles
Rogers and Mn Rogers to the crowd at the Democratic rally FIX.IT"SPECIALIZING
aria and treasures plants, By "Mr.
1963 Time and fish .
SATURDAY-FEB. 20, Open fry.Jensen
trees handcraft. Christmas gifts,
Bole Tower Sanctuary at Lake Wales. This will be a Bus Christmas decoration and jewelry
trip and reservations will be necessary. Contact Mr.
Werges at 287.3336.SUNDAYMARL. -The fair workshop is still meeting Garden Club Will Hold IN ELECTRICAL REPAIRS OF
at the church each Tuesday
7, 1965 2:30 P.M. from 10 to 2 so that
St. Lucie Area and Greenkes' Nursery. Meet on Highway time devoted am. to this p.m.worthwhile Flower Workshop Meet Nov. 4 Heaters Fans Irons Toasters. Lamps

76, )lust over Sunshine! Parkway overpass. Mrs. cause: will be appreciated. Bringsandwich
Davida Oreenloes, Leader. a .- beverage will be furnished Vacuum Cleaners Waxers Polishers
The regular monthly meeting The first evening workshop will
SATURDAY-MAR. 20, 1965 8:30 A.M. of the Jensen Beach Garden Club be held at the home of Mrs William Small Motors Power Tools, Etc.
South Fork Ranch. Meet at Dor al', Fishing Camp on When the liner Queen Elizabeth was held in the dining room of Weiss at 7 p.m. Nov. 4. The
: Highway 76. Mr. Nathaniel Reed, Leader. Thereare docks In New York, it lands up the Church: of Christ Wednesday, subject will be line arrangementsand I
Oct. 21, with the president, Mrs members are requested to
restrictions and registration with a Committee to 2,000 passengers, takes on food
100.000( meals, and embarks Calvin Wilber in charge. This bring necessary: articles-flowers
Member Is necessary.SUNDAYAPR.. Guarantee All Our Work and Solicit Your
with 2tOOOxneW. passenger was the first meeting of the cur and/or foliage for this class Patronage

4, 1983 2:30: P.M. .' Rt ----1--.s- rent season. -
Cookout at our Sanctuary at Peek's Lake. Boats will be I Preceding the 11IIinemeetlna., AUXILIARY CHANGER
available so contact a member of the Committee I Mrs. Rollin Reynolds gave t talk MFEI1NG DAlh ,
for assignment Mr. Bacheller Leader. RINIWfOUll on horticulture explaining) the Committees\ were appointed fer -- o'I ..
MOVER'S LICENSE growth of plants brought in by the Halloween carnival at the "
Clip and Save for Future Reference BORING YOUR Y members. These plum will be regular meeting of 'h. Jensen
BIRTH MONTH Judged on growth and care at the Beach Volunteer Fire Department GUARANTEED MILEAGE TIRE SALE
March meeting. Later, Mrs. Reynolds .Auxiliary) Monday, Oct. 19. The
showed some driftwood that carnival is set for Saturday at the
she had collected during rte..past Jensen Beach school I How Miles
Many *
I At Last! A Hearing AidMillions summer in North Carolina Members of the auxiliary) help

It wa announced: that members ed prepare the food served at the
would receive their yearbooks fish fry in honor of Congressman
Can Wear! in the mail this week. Rogers on the causeway .last Sat Do You Want From
Hostesses for the meeting were urday.
EIMTt3Nwly.d.slpd Mrs. Sydney Ixjwrie, Mrs. Edward It was decided to hold! future r FAN-AMERICAN" ; :
Peckelis!, and Mrs. Fred Peterkm meetings on the first Monday of Your Tires GUARANTEES
DNS Hide. .N the month, instead of the third THE MILEAGE
mrU ni.ri. an.ibl. by r.r.l.tt.a.rr.
r an.t-Mrw.h In HMtiof -" --<--' ..+a !I Monday as In the past
: y tMdw.iIrN.e. ra.rti.t. 111 "' PTA Carnival
.. hntnmMt-MAM M 7w7MC I Io DO YOU WANT
ttlX .IIawA niu.g.'p' ..,. 'I DF.Ii.' lR: r CARD PARTY 25,000 MILES WEAR?
.J OUT OF 1> Ntmt ItroMMI The Jensen Beach Parent Teach. The Jensen Beach Women's Association
7 /LUntu toasts CAN Qiulilr Ida hr VMMIE
t/ HIirtD N LM.W( SMdM er Association will present its annual held a dessert card party
.. ,/ e a prk iMHiM w .INN to hMM. Halloween carnival Saturday at the clubhouse Oct. 26. Fifty-six) GILLETTE
SM a G5.Y.aarry I f Oct 31 Children should ,be ladies utundcd .Door prizes were EXECUTIVEFIRST
s.' | hrw.ys in their classroom in costume by won' by Mrs. Alice I'rice and
: ... 4:30.) Judging will follow shortly Mrs. Agnew Corliss.
AMI I di ) r- |M LINE'
thereafter Tentative judges are Mrs Grace Lewis who had ORIGINAL| EQUIPMENT
o t'arhq ,
Mrs. Ralph EvinruJe (better known been named as chairman; was NYLON 4 FULL PLY NEW .
to us as france. Langford( ), Mrs I taken ill and her place was filled NOT 2nds or CHANGEOVERS
''N,1". -=IJFM' ': : YN H.q Julia Porter of Porter lumber by Mrs Maltie Lilly, 'wl o was assisted -
rI"r--AWw Y w.WW.A'.i.. .- INSTAa1TlT Asa Company, Robert Smith of the by Mrs. Olive Donaldson, GUARANTOU is WRITING TO WEAR TUBELESS
Jensen Beach Hank and Albert Mrs. Dorothy Mercier and Mrs 30 MONTHS-25,000 MILES

I r tdtltaf Hiil iln.to. Palmer Prlw of of Palmers silver dollars Variety wilt Store be Helen Partius. .... ....,_rtt.lie Limit ....,..... 600x13 . . .' 13.74
j. ASSOCIATE STORE presented to children winning this I Salaried executivei 'have replaced j-,. :.:.se.npa:. s.:: :w):: 'Iw'::,.M:,w 650x13 . a ... 14>41
WESTERN AUTO event courtesy of Jensen Beach self-employed business men
I 261 Onceola Street Stuart' Florida, Phone 2870773A lions Club. Anyone who wishesto as the largest group within the HO OTHER MAJOR TIRE C0.8 FIRST 700x13 ? 15.31
o contribute for their favorite top income groups.Smoltff LINE TTRE CARRIES A 750x 14
candidates in the king and queen |i.J& MILEAGE GUARANTEE 15.52
contest should do so no later than7pm. ..... 800x14
? ... . ... 16.41
The of the Says 't ?
t1 crowning king JF& TUBE-TYPE
J. and queen will follow jg ,850x14. 17,720950x14

f A the dinner Outrigger(prepared Restaurant by Bill Chenof and FIRST mrwr.r rasaMeca 40x15 ..,eM.T,' ; 11.75 ... 20.52

consisting! of fried chicken 0 r 670x15 .A.. _.. 11.96 640x15 13.57
Sing a song barbecued: ribs,, potato salad baked 710x15
beans and cole slaw will be .,.. r. .. 12.73 670x15 .. . 13.90

served at SI I per plate. Any separate 760x15 .,. ,. ,. ,. 13.89 "0x15
0savings serving of the various foods 800/820x15 .. . .. 0600x16
,. 14.97
may he purchased at a lesser ? .
charge. Hamburgers, hot dogs soft I 12'16 760x15. . ... ... 16.45
i 'H'" "- ..

a pocket also drinks be coffee available.and."wl1e.popcorn Mad will s f '.. "*" 800/820x15 .. 17.46

cakes cookies and candies may WHITEWALLS $3.00 PER TIRE EXTRA

be purchased:
full of
monety Prizes, game and a spook '
911'11 1W house and other entertainment will WHEEL ALIGNMENT BUDGET TERMS

make for an enjoyable evening forchlll.lI'tD. ;pI --4 Pis .. rwe -
drat: : iuini a.r' By rACrvRI
and the
parents general
public All are.most welcome. Ie M"7set...1,11 1.1. TRAINED # 488Adjnl

MEOUMO. Tact Ierhy MJ-I AIr 1. :.

EARN MORE Where this emblem h displayed, you are c-- Cwtorm.. .... .PIlI

assured oj the finest insurance service Wset Ties.. I Btekfr- "t

in the land.


[ money investedby t--r..::" -I i a'ww -=:... FORD- cRLTIr-nYM.
I .La 1 Oar..r. t 11.. Al .__. r1... ---R. 2695
INTEREST = a.rie :: ar .n FALCON, CORVAIa
the 15th earns 5 e..Y.1 .. enw : :
AeJone i. pa1M1
: .IM
: d =
.1 I from, the first Of COMPOUNDED wb. Inwre ALL woq nu.t GUARsyfgD


Just th. .Id tires off yew car regard, .f ewxl.tio.

i -- All price plus tax UO It 3.06. NO MOUNTING CHARGEr
I' Mortgage Corp;



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".; ?Coww Atlantic AT, and Indian BIT u Dr. la Ft. Pt ran Dial HO 1-31(0 AGENCY
"t 1945 20th Slrwt JO 1 2-2300 V.ro Bitch
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I HIE: STUART}fFlnafdal XFWS Tfc ir...*?. OctoHrr 2*. haS( -D II

... .'

", 'J A Message from Martin County I

; Democratic Executive CommitteeDear

: te% k1i

'! : ; Friends:

........., .. Your Democratic Chairman and the Committee feel that

-SWING INTO BOOKS" u the theme for National Children' Book Weck.w t.? you have the ability and qualification to vote this Presidential

Election for the man you think can best! serve Al11ericu.Vc
Public Library Here Holds Children's Book Week appeal to you to disregard both parties prc-taped tele-

vision programs and spot radio programs prepared by
! "Heigh-HO! Com* To The -provide* an opportunity lorI signed by Bruno Munari a prom ma givingh\ "not "book, '' The to the public ednexlay. afternoon
Fair! Wednesday Nov. 4, will i I children and adults to come together inent children" "book, illustrator" i children' will "he delighted. I and evening until 9. Thursday Fn advertising\ agencies in the manner they sell new soap
mark the beginning of a festive to talk about" books and The library ha planned an attractive I Some ul our x.rkxit, chiklren. day and Saturday hours will" be
four,ay celebration of I I reading It has been celebrated exhibit of tome of the have illustrated their favorite 00.1" 10 am, to *:W pm. The Mary powder new hair shampoo, and deodorants.
,, Book Week at !the .Clllldren"l I annually since 1919 best in children' books With I A display ol their art v... hour is at 10 a,m. Saturday, I Heap]
Public Library Children* Book The Book Week poster you lICe Christmas! just around the corner, ; also be on e\hihit celebrate Book Week,;-\ikit' your
1 I Week-a special week'" each year displayed, around town were dc- now is the time to plan for Christ- The book evhihit will be open I Irhra".! Please think before you vote

You are voting in the most important election in the historyof

the United States. Therefore ask! you to LOOK AT

THE RECORD, us Al Smith once) said, "\\'elid not heed
KEEP the FLORIDA STQRY then as you may not heed now but history will recall that

the world went into the worst depression that was ever

known and it took many years to recover under a I Democratic

f Administration" We now say to you the same thing.

Let's look at the record .


ami where there ;is smoke. there, is /fire
,. J ,{>

Florida's Success Story is No Accident"x! has Cold//water done to F1oridarGnIUWAl'IR / .

\OIH MaINSI""n I ('.... (\/IU1611( ) (1,7/M)
8th largest state in the nation
,', (im.U'AU1tnUI) AfiAINMHliurrmrd ll*|>ltal CmtnlrtniliMi ((7/7/5J) .
Industry is at all time high "
an ) CiOU'AU.RtHtl) AGAINSIe-I'uhlk'lurk.: (
.45. State Parks now in operation '{*' (;OIJWAnJ( \'(UtuciAI"I'.A"1 for Mm' nM.portiHl.Hi ("///ftJ|
Space and Moon-Shot Program Center ,, (im.UWAnA MIH) AO."'!' AMirmrrtr. Art ((7/JJ/M)
< CinlJWA111tentl> AGAINSra-I'whag. IM HuHr fur Small RiMlnmmm.. ((7/IS/S3))
An accelerated program for education l O/17/17) .

Highest standard of living in history (;UU)"AIIJ( \Oltll) AiAI>Sltln" >

Tourism booming with 15 million visitors annually 0 GOimVAIUlOIH; ) U.AI"oI\.r.bllo. :" ll uklHttU/ l)
s p CJOLDWAIIJt; VOIIH A.AlNSr..I."nll. fmul for Mh. Inland waterways and harbors-improved by 5 million dollars '" a.. ..r lSf1S/ol) t '* % f
.Veterans hospitals increased by47 million dollars in '64 CiOLnWAURlUII) AGAINSI't-Alydkal Iduialha.11111//11/6.1): ( >)> .
.. "I"lth.Itlo.... Cnrpe (1/13/59))
(;OI.lWAH.R0111) \C.AIN..In.I r (
Agribusiness has a consumer value in excess of three billion dollars .
coumAURf.OIDWAIIJt; : VOIIU I AiAII..IIIKI.: education. "'-rM (VI2MIYOltll
Record building program for highways, expressways, and Interstate hi h\\'u's A(JAINS I It- ', Wing mlrtiui. .. a.1.pk''l rare fur .lh.. iigtJ ( /2/64)

i (iOUAURIHU) AG.\lM"'I. anwr sshkh, anifrr. chrostk wwanpkawn.
I (61 16631SUMMING

FLORIDA'S 1964 FEDERAL TAXES WERE $$1,570,000,000

1964 FEDERAL EXPENDITURES IN FLORIDA WERE $$3,338,000,000Florida's UPthe

JcmwcralectJrJ, 1961FOUR 1961

.. .*.. wmtU. A_rt>
YKARH AGO promlMrf a minimum saga >w of tl-M> \ |
development as the fastest growing large state requires partnership with
a raw bate Ike |imritlf of .shad minimum ..(..

the Government-through new roads, schools, public expenditures-to keep pacewith' FOt'K' VMK1: A<;0.tM .. ".... ..... ka fleM perurl,. lads. we are ngrgrd. M a lullreal..r .
.. .
!, the needs and demands of the kind of growth never before{ experienced by fiHfrtj ..
I < Ikb IgMtlkUI
HtR "f.A R.' AGO, we fmmUd. I to and i MTlmm lim. On July a year we
I an,/ 'state.There a -llM |T*..ln4. giwrmtlM of llummi RI Ian IAia cmmlry ... t..r luxmn-mto ....

MUM VMRH: AGO, w. f"IM...... to HiM' 4"'*_. lode a ruler pn>cr.m to k illd .."
fmnHWe' M4 protkl. new Mhohnlilp for .the tr.lehag.1. rfmtnn b M4t way,
are men and women behind the Florida Story who played an Importantrole .
OUR YY.IRAGO, we pfwiifcwj to fHM( shams ,...., tM* A4mmb. ..ttiMi km a the.
i in its success. They provided the leadership to get! the job done. These ..-.... .,..II .. nlHiiM and .lnml..iiMl. "lxi_ln(.

leaders have been traditionally elected by the people {from the ranks of{ the Dc. OUR YEAR: A:1s ,,_..... ikb. nmliNi m.M/ be f1r."* M mttltory. ........lli. and. thIN l
Ik* purtull nl ,..... I....? we are rinl. IN. ''"IIC''', sad IM) Nm-' |... Twl Rats Trtalyfrotte
:: mocratic candidates.Go .... .. m e will MWPl..,....110.. far e ,...",..., ale warts fur ffYKAK'1 chgab.vIlUR

) A'C), w. .wmhMi' iMifl .... cwdiiy ..... dais km M the ....... m 41 mimilM of ......*"..|.<*4. prmyrrtt). ".. ikki yew wbk.
to the polls/ Tuesday and vole for Lyndon. Johnson for I'rcs1Je-Speuarll dyaraIc hur... of a m.. tea rise .11 be the usual prospenw IN AaasurkPa hbkry .

L. Holland/ for United States Senator---llaydon Hums for Governor-then {Vole *>OUR YKAR1 AGo, ... road'M chase. ....k.. rate for MM aged ....., Nwkl SMIIr"' .
1.. U.JU Democratic r111-the.il'ay. '. .. ...........
\'r.AR.fC,, we MvmU4 to male Ik* ( *'"l Atotae fkM M apse .
Ike MKtnM at ik. Mfrrm7i (llllllIra. Raga Pad. rtfcrf m-oymm hens Mtt rke4. .the UaI"
ac... mi .to )*MinMr to .the MMMW .
"t'OVR'EAR.t AM). .. pmmlM4' She. farmtf ....e .......... ...... kt Amrri.. "..,... ,.
Nil' tern ....... (me kMTt*M4 kjr seer II kHUiMi. yx ,t..| im-efc..t* kit.. Ire...../.. eipurte

tet us CQfttitrue to 6u/hf a tetter fi Q/M0A lie,. .MrreeV*

"Only one, Senator out of/ the hundred said "No" to.
every one of the promises. Only one Senator opposed
every one of those ten pieces legislation. Only one man
voted "No" time after time..And that man Is Senator;


You help our state und local candidates when you vote the


help our President "hen you >'utc the

Warren M. Goodrich, Chairman STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC TICKET,
M Cramer Vice Chairman "
Ann ..
: ,
A Frank L Porter, Secretary 1.11. PoIIitaI AJwUMOMO*. MutteI J ibrwtI n Ctt4MI.TT1 ., .'
(tp.a. ,......, a.naNn.-tS: J "
I } 1 "'
j al ,

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lI'-r"f'".., r""Y"Y''f'TY'' dthrr 4'1aM '1+ r!r r.+r/r' 'If'''' ,


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4-D TIlE STUART' (Fla.) NEWS" Wlscordn arc tt sibkatud In their
Thursday October 29, 1964 place for Uw wtapr. H* j ia very
active in t die .Wi>f>iKnl! tournaments

Ocean Breeze .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Lord from
Laconia: N. H., have returned to
Park New their home Mrs for the wino J

r D.. .. forM
a 's MM. ROXY ENFIFLD, tile wtXr 10 i iday
t'orfeRpondeai' 2 ,.IIL m mOO'lfd .

IIIIIIIII1IFI! J payer: Fmhgr.', Mrs.Jack

We are having many returneesas Watson M>. and Mr*. Clifton
well as new folk and we welcome I Pr. Wofl, qiadyt I Cava Beth
and .flap' Mft. (Wiack. Rosy I
all of them. Autumn
: l' winter activities will soon be in ..tefJ, 'Jrn ''Jilt ASS. Mrs. Has-
full swing. kins, Mr*. Harry Bonne, Ethel I <,I ) ,
..: t Wilmott. dr. and Mrs. Moore Bee .'
alb Mr. and Mr Ralph Sawyer Smith Jessie Armstrong AI Sharp, '" ,
d .v..vt have returned to their Fifth Avo- F T. Lillie, Charles Slcmk, AI \ .
nuc home here after spending the Cote, and Mr. Proceout The winner "
1a summer at Laconia, N. H.. were: Gladys Clave and Rosy ,
Enfield Al Cote and Dr. Moore,
Mr. Douglas Blyth entertained and Mr. and Mrs. Preston.
at two tables! of bridge at her
cabana on Fifth Avenue Wednesday Mr. and Mr*. H. W. Bonne have ...I
r.. afternoon. The guest were returned for the winter from St. I 1*.
Mrs. Cecil! Harlow, Mr. Myrt Paul Minn. 1/'
'b Huntington. Mrs Gladys Clave,
.. Mrs Bca Barrett, Mrs. Irene Burgcw Mrs. Bernie Garms. Mrs. Mary
-: ,,i.r Mrs til Haskin and Mrs. Adrean and Mrs. Marie Tweed
'"1 Lillian Tower, Refreshment were spent the weekend in St. Peters-
t nerved. Prizes went to Myrt Huntington burg.Mr.
Bt..!lit' !''.' I '; Y and Hllian Tower. and Mjp A. t.. Klovana
Mr and MM. Clyde ftettinger from Long HIlU1d..N.( Y., are all
w w t\tr lilr have arrived after spending the /home on Tenth Street. I I

r ,,0> ...Ii&IIw: :.... ... -, .." : Bummer at Jackson' Mich. They Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Eskulanj I _
left their son Tommy la Gainesville have returned for the winter. from : _
WILLIAM a* he entered college there. their home in Minneapolis,
: G ? M.t.PLEDGE. I
Mr. and Mrs. George Myers Mr. and Mrs. James Ramsey
have arrived from Williamsport I from Inverness are visiting Mr
Pa. They had a nice 12,000-mile( ) and Mr. Luther Weeks on Sixth
trip to Alaska thin summer Street. Mr. Ramsey! and Mr. Week

I Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Ogle from are spending much time I fishingand '
have had !some good catches. r
have returned
near Indianapolis v. ,
: for the Mason' and Mr. and Mr*. M.r and Mr. Harry Sanders d
Clarence from Glen Spay, have returned from their summer 4)
N. Y. are here. home on Raquette Lake, N. y '

If you honor me with the responsibility of being Mr and Mrs. Bill Dancer from health Mrs. Sanders has regained her s
was unfortunate to havean
Swan Lake, N. Y., are here for
your county commissioner district November 3, the winter ugly fall just before leaving.

I make] the, following pledges. Dr and Mrs. Moore have returned Mrs. Rosa Alpetcr' has return.
from an interesting sum ed from a summer's visit with relatives MEMBERS of the nursing staff of Martin Memorial Hospital demonstrate the correct way to carrya
mer spent in New York taking in in Syracuse N. Y. She wa "patient" from > burning building. This was part of the Institute on Patient Evacuation and
1. To inform1 the public of what takes place at the fair then going to New Eng driven who is home visiting by in her Miami sister! ,but Laura will, Fire Fighting Technique conducted at the Stuart Woman' Club last! Friday. .In charge of the pro-
land, and visiting! in the mountainsof gram was\ Lieutenant Robert McGrath of Sarasota retired hospital"inspector i of the Chicago Fire
: their county commission meetings ping back to her New York home.
by newsletter br personal contact. Franklin N. C.. where 10 many
from Ocean Breeze enjoy it in the Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sackettare -- .
: summertime. at home here after spending The association ha increased the late Charles Campbell of Brad-
,2.: To give fair representation to citizen in the summer in Akron, Ohio, and Arthur Johnson :
every Mr and Mrs. Charles Chihasz its membership, this past year, he enton for hill administrative ability -
this i county! with an ear tuned.cJos ,to'ihe people as'well from Loudon, Tenn., bought Mr. Windy Hills. S. C. reported, from; 43,840 .to 49,281. and Pat Hill of Orlando for her
and Mrs. Frary's trailer on Broad Mr. and Mrs. Louis Klein from At Shuffleboard 1 This will be. the first year the playing ability. The special award
ns interest rill problem big or little. Street, and are now at home there. Akron are again established in Florida .Assorta4ion pill play itstournament this year} ,went to Colonel P. Bul-
Mr and Mrs. Frtry have built a their home on Cocoa Street, after Meet in under modified National lard of St. Petersburg for admin
3.; To refuse,to'make{ promises on specific projects home in Jensen Beach. a summer in the North. Sebring, Skufflcboard rules Tile National' istrative activities.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson Association will play i Its The Historical Library at Orlando
i until I.know that I convince the Mr. and Mrs. George Carruth- Florida .under its : has been with
can other Jour membersof from have from Long Island, have just arrived Arthur L. Johnson "of Ocean Tournament na presented a
ers Pittsburgh bought Breeze Park attended. the fall I I tional rules. set of Wooden discs which were
the commission. A promise'otherwise could only be Mrs. Art Cannons trailer and
used when shuffleboard was first
Three elected
meeting of the Florida Shuffleboard persons were to
1/5/ of a promise. have will return returned in a to few Pittsburgh.weeks to They remain To make a gallon of maple I Association Inc. at Sebring pct; the Shuffleboard Hall 1 of Fame. introduced In Florida.
.*." r for the winter. syrup requires about forty gallons 24. .He was a delegate from"1 hoI They were Frank Henderson of St. Mrs. Johnson accompanied Mr.
of sap. I Central East Coast District. Petersburg for his playing ability Johnson oti the trip to Sebring.
; 4.To: be unimpressed with the thoughts of special Mr, and Mrs. AI Alrutz from
: Snterbstrcroups but tO resolve problems in a mariner Pittsburgh, have rented'the' Ftshef
trailer and will be here for ( h
that will 1 benefit} majority of the people, this county. season.' e

Mrs. Edna Slroniinger and GRAND OPENING SATURDAY I
M '
5. To respond to cdiii faints of my constituents ina daughter, Evelyn Marring, have
been in for the OCT.
Pennsylvania summer 31st
prompt manner, reporting on progress1 and securing but have returned to their
firm decisions on solutions to these complaints home here. Across From Kwik Chek Shopping Center-U. S.1 Next to Ole Colony Restaurant

Mr, and Mr*. Joseph O'Neill
'6. To transfer( to this position the desire and Mr*. Ruth Hale from South
same strong -
Portland. Me., have tAken ft ca. ITS NEW IT'S DIFFERENT IT'S GREATSEE :
to serve the public that exemplifies my professionallife. bana on Fifth Street and will spend ,


Mrs. Georgians Hoforth has
7 To work.with flll secure returned from a summer trip to
nit energy to economic Hawaii to attend a square dance
convention. She also visited i in WORLD'S MOST HONORED'KWIK ',
security for this county through spreading ,our base of
Colorado, Michigan and Pennsyl
V, : economic opportunities. vania.

Mr and Mrs. Harold ("amll1ac CAR WASHNEW
8. To bring to the offfcc b( county cohimlssioricr# from Ardsley, N. Y., arrived this
week for the season.
ne,v dignity, new humility and new spirit.,
Mr and Mrt. Claude Burk are
home after spending the summer AND MODERN IN EVERY DETAIL
: 9. To. keep, an independent thoughtful from in Franklin N. C. -
order to without dictation
evaluate problems Mr and Mr*. Robert Seal have
: other members of the county commission. returned from spending the sum NO BRUSHES TO SCRATCH YOUR CAR
mer at their home in Gardener,
: 10.. To work with all my heart, ail my enthusiasm .
; and all my desire to make the growth of this county met Tuesday regular' afternoon Park Bridga ai Clem-Club KEEP YOUR CAR FROAt t RUSTING}
steady, well planned and a place for everything with ent Mr. Hall Cote with was host six! tables and. the playing players NO WAITING USUALLY TAKES 5 Tb S MINUTES

t everything in its place. Your vote and support will beappreciated. were Cecille Harlow Myrt
, '
Hunlington. Roxy Enfield Val
, MacDonald." Mary Week. Beth REMEMBER --
, O'Brien Hilda Barker Car 0 n

Dr, Williarn G. Myers Cram Skinner, Flsie Fthel Aker Wilrn Mr.tt. and Mildred Mr*. We WAX-WASH Ybur Car All In One OperationFor
Charles (k>rde. Mr, and Mr.
Pape. F. T. Lillie, Al. S h h p.

Catherall Dr. Moore.Charles Otto Chinas Slezak. Frank Jim f Less Than An Ordinary Car Wash

ELECT Zischert!\ and Mia Elizabeth Paul.
Prizes were awarded to Dr. Moore
Mary Week. Elsie Aker Eliza
beth Paul and Myrt Huntington.Mr. COMPLETE FULL

and Mrs. Aker from Fairfield $1, 94
DOCTOR W. G. Conn.. brought her mother PRICE JUSTMany
home after a vacation with t them
and other daulhen. Mr. and Mrs.

Aker WIll visit here awhile. millions of people that regularly keep their cars washed and clean and rust

Hugo was Reiwhman In tht Park Tuesday from Pompano callIng -- free profit as much as 25% MORE on a trade-In we are judged by our appear

on friends. ance -- so are our cars why drive n dirty car? It's easy to prevent rust a

friends Mrs. Gladys Mr. and)Clays Mr*. Font had from her thin coat of wax Is added when we wax-wash your car around pnd under all

MYEf Vero Thursday Beach evening.a. dinner guests on chrome will be protected YES WE WA.. .\VASII I YOUR CAR.

Mr*. Bea Birttt and daughter -= --=- .n -I:
a Mrs. Thelma Pecalla, entertained

I at Mrs.dinner at Pecalta her and cabana.bridge left Wednesday Her Tuesday daughter evening far. FREE ONE WEIK ONLY! Offer Ends Nov. 7thFRil

Miami and then to her home in
I. Needham. Mass. EXTRA 6-OZ.-t ON YOUR Cork BEFORE t'Otik EYES

B t I' U fl t I JAN Mr. and Mr* Walter Drier have
arived l for the winter. Their homeis \
in New York State GLAMOR WAX

COUNTY COMMISSIONER Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clancy are FREE
tare from their home near De

:' ", Third District/ November 3 troitMr.. and Mr*. Fred Smith have I siMca7wA\ i THAT MAKES YOUR CAR BODY BEAUTIFUL

taken Mis Ftorenc Tlenken'
i ,i.... RIII4 "It-I Aeo.r'.ttarfs' cabana on Fifth Street. I I ... __ This Offer Good ruddy and Every Day Thru Saturday Nov. 7th Only

Mr J.QI1n.,\l N a.... .Glat Iron I

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'MMII I The SunsJune Commute* reported had to term nale their visit and Mr*. Halite Young" and Mn burgh accompanied by Mrmother. <. TIIP I } :! !! !
Palm Lake (dial a !spray of flowers WM rush home to Ehnlwr*, III., due "(rank Games spent Friday i n '. Mn. C, APsigk. : :
sent to the Ed Barnett funeral to weather. condition* tarn. Fort PierceIIER&FOR. .After vWtmg with her daughter
ReCnwhments were served by Mrs. Puck will -
Mrs. M. Mr. and M Wee Burford Md DWGImR'S viwt. a grandson ..
ry Link and Mn. lakeBvfHtf
Park News : who is a captain m the Air
.. with Mn. Flow A rnIIIiItIta .a* (Mr.. .,*(<(0IIrN..W tveek... thtir son.Rafirt. I Wfl>l>I:'< G .....
The next will he
,by nMMWg Mr and Mrs, .
Nov. 16 J L.1M1 JqhnatoR
when all .put residents Mr. II'Id' Ma nth wf JlwIIty Patricia i
Mn.F. P. GUNES Pittsburgh
are urged to attend tIftd Mr and Mrs. Frank RauwaM are visitmg MrJohnston's t raite'D;
Ph. 287-S3M PFRSONVLSMr. .spent Wednesday evening with ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. parI. I Holiday
Mr and Mn J. B. Lechner.
They came lor the wedding of
CIVIC ASSOCIATION have and Mn James Davnon I Mr and Mrs. I. B. Lechner attended their daughter Nancy Anne John I I Park News Notes
returned home to New Brunswick American Legion Post, 126iMrimg stofi, to Dr Paul Wyttock, hoth I
1IIXD: MEtlING N, J,, after wtth MFI. ,
a In Jensen Beach '<>f Stuart. The wedding was lick! I
Palm Lake Park Civic Annotation DavMen's pIIl'flItMr.. and Mrs. in the Redeemer I uthcran CtwMh I
met .in regular session Mon- ). B. LechnerMr flight. I mat wlfch a reception was hoW II Mn Cynthia Dm of Stuart hits
da) night, Oct. 19 *t the First NaKtional and! Mrs lack THiwncrman Mf.. Arthur Link a.d M... the Or. Robert .Mihn. .widcnccwlih I rented one of the Captain F :rl
Bank, sixty Dare trailers and is now making
community room and children have returned t Frank Oaines played canasta at guest t'l present.
Business was conducted by PresiJcnt iheir home here after living in o the Rio Civic Club Tuesday. The bride and! bridegroom Icf I her home in the park I
Cecil Melton ith the for an undisclosed destination
nccrclaryi Xenia Ohio, for several months : tip and Mrs Frost
Mr. of
Mrs, I Jerry
by Mm.
[ report Ruth Miller Mr and Bert Lamina of north.
urnl the treasurer's report by Mrs,j' Mr and Mrs. Bert Lanting who Umhurst, Jll, ire vmilmg the J. Air: and Mrs. Johnston are Daifc Cfty are new residents. They
Mary Link were visiting the J. B. LtchneriJ I B. \',echners.: __ leaving for-their-home-- -_in piits--..:.. and have moved purchased: in a during new mobile the/ pail home I'
month. Mr. Frost is assistant manager
of Ncisner.
nnHHHWHHaiHM m ma *- m i* *nmmm* **mminmmm MIHUIWV
Rhys Williams of South Orange.' Cll\RIKS: H. IIOIIIY.: Republicn: (anli""I.f! governor. takes .olfce with Martin ( umtv Republic .
'' ''-- .. -. .A.' --"T..,. N. J.. has purchased the former .n leader:, loft I to right, Mn. Hugh Willoughhy Jr Mrs, J. W Himey and NfV A C.csncr
I. '.."H. 1 ([core Montgomery trailer and !isa during a Visit to Mollcv headquarters; at West Osceola Ma\-t and St. IIILIC Avenue Satuni is f blowing
I'7'' :" ...),. .. !::.a resident, of Holiday a :. ..is cu:i:rcnce there Hollcy spoke at Stuart Shopping C enter
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Mr. and Mrs. James llolley ofrlaixk :-
) > purchascil a new trailer
: home recently: and! chose Holiday :
/ : ': it their new location, as they en-I ,,
joy the east coast of J1>ri.I.!. ..

)J., .,,,.' t Nfr. and Mrs. John Van 1 Hues f FREE'' ., .. .'
.IIt of Palm City are new residents ;. ,. .
of the
: /',.- ,, / : park. <
: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adler, who '

'; i!'W.1 "QOi } spent! N.the C.summer will spend at Hendersonvillc. the season- TO MOBILE- '... '

.. ... In Holiday ','. .
11"I" HOME
1-0. :' ,.,
1 -==- ,' .. Many of the winter rtident"f
t t,1.. .- ,.. lhe park are here for the neason.' !During thin sale mil)! tte will give set of sU
." l"hey are: Mr and Mrs. William .
I '.: .- 9 Inch '1 h_
I. Scharf, IOKS. are hlghrr thuii nrdlniiry and \
Mr. and Mrs. Newall Jackson ,
, ,. f'" ) Joseph Muller, and Mr and rreule a (urge kturane area under the bed.MATTRESS.
I ifrs.. Charles Benson all of Long'

L ;, ;' )stand.>; Mis N.i *Yi Irene, Hobart Stewart Wolfe and rthK I IMrs.

r Stella Griffen Stuttgart, Ark.,
711. Mr. an i Mrs. Daniel Cooper, \Vaertown. -
\ ,,_. N. Y.; Mr. and! Mrs. AND
A.N T I Carl Ciumlrum of Indiana; Mr
and Mrs. Lester Tompklns, Putam -
.., Valley, N. Y., and the (ar-
f .1.
: :; lain Greens of New Jersey.Mrs. .

William Leeds returned
from Martin Memorial I Hospital" '
on Monday. She underwent stir
tery there last week BOX SPRINGCOMPLETE

The people of the park were
Mddened by the death of Iwoof
"COMMUNISM their former residents recently
Inland Heath en route from hutoine
in Ohio to llorida sue
cum be10! a heart attack In Oeoria. MATCHING BED OUTFITS
; on XI. 13. last
i6nih, (' \ pasted
way at his Long Inland. home foluwmg 3'' IN. FOAM 6 IN. FOAM
an extended Illness, a HALF PRICE

IS THE ISSUE Captain Jesse Dnre Is confined SiUI of thrne .
I" fort Pierce Memorial' Ho",r>italollowing I'W: and ;b spring

surgery and! Is reported outfit Ia'". Single lIn only
oing, nicely. Captain (Pop) Darts In. $
and'gOll know it j the father of Captain Par! Dare, 3 9 Hurry 5. 9
\\'ner: of Holiday Park, .

Mr and Mrs, Charles Stewart $79
Talk for Work for Vote for and Elect wilt i leave this week: to visit her JT/5.V
sitter and family at Barlow

4 City Cancels Its FOR BOTH Keg. FOR BOTH

i'" 'Oct. 25 Meeting $m $6 9
IHURI M/F $49. nouni K: M/K: %M
: BARRY 60LDNATERRepublican The regular meeting of the
Stuart City Commission: scheduled
fur Monday evening Oc:&. 26, atS
S, has been postponed ,until. Monay -
evening, Nov. 2, as the ma ROWELL FURNITURE
(only of the" commissionen and
Candidate for President of the U. S UM city manager wilt be attending

Fkvrida!the anngiil Leagueof convention Municipalities: of the Howell Hld ., Route AI>A Aero from RIl Station
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'-D TIIE STUART(TU.)NEWS TJiun d-y October 29 1964
I I The You
Taxpayers Association Suggests







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A vote YES means just this- '',a ati x :
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9 State law makes school board members in 1 17 counties; others are considering it teacher recruitment duties, but in fact,

responsible, in the final analysis, (for along with Martin County in this election. take no part in recruitment, generally

school teacher hiring and school teacher are not qualified by training or special
The State t Board of f Public I Instructiongoes
dismissal.I Trustee t actions on these aresuperfluous. instruction to evaluate I potentialities of f
t to great t I lengths t to instruct t school I .
new teachers hired by the school board
board members in the proper ways to

.e The Legislature I in 1948, when the Minimum carry out their duties. School trustees on PROFESSIONAL EDUCATORS' re-
are not instructed in any way on their commendations.
Foundation was set up, intended
limited duties.
school trustees to drop from the picture I. Interest on the part of school trustees

because their main responsibilities, those These duties are so curtailed as to be of has lagged in recent years; meetingsof
administering school taxing districts, no practical use. Called "custodians" have been few and far between. Many
were taken from them. School trus of the schools, they are custodians in trustees have resigned in recent years,
tees since then have been eliminated : ; name only. They are charged with have had to be replaced by appointment.


The School Trustees .

THE SCHOOL TRUSTEES THEMSELVES, when interviewed by Supt. of Schools Thomas L. Crook, welcomed the vote and

agreed to abide by, willingly, the voice of the electors. THE SCHOOL BOARD agreed the question should go on the ballot.

J THE MOVE HAS THE WHOLEHEARTED CO.OPERATION of all concerned, and is not a behind-the-scenes move to eliminate

"" : .':. ':a board of officials.

,...The following; counties have voted to abolish school trustees, as provided by the Constitution, ; of Florida:. ALACIIUA, BROWARD, CHARLOTTE,

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J'' ,>>.O. BQJK 741 (DroaHCXLAnvtRmEMOL)) STUART, FLA.

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